For more than 50 years, Iprovision has been there to support CIPR members and their families who experience hard times due to illness, disability, unemployment or bereavement.
Our support ranges from financial grants to help with care and unemployment costs, to debt counselling, mental health support, or career guidance. Throughout its history, Iprovision has helped many members to turn difficult situations around.
In addition, our new Iprovision 75 Fund provides support for educational initiatives to help people from disadvantaged backgrounds get a head start in PR.
Iprovision is an independent charity that exists exclusively for CIPR members and their dependants. All of our income comes from voluntary one-off donations, from fundraising at CIPR events, and from members like you adding a small Iprovision donation to their annual CIPR subscription.