About Us

The Cameron Fund is the GPs' own charity.
It is the only medical benevolent fund that
solely supports general practitioners and their dependents. We provide support to GPs and their families in times of financial need, whether through ill-health, disability, death or loss of employment. We help those who are already suffering from financial hardship and those
who are facing it.

Find out more in our About Us section.

Applying for Help

Applications are welcome from, or on behalf
of, present or former GPs, their families, and dependents.

We also welcome referrals from Local Medical Committees and other organisations or individuals who may know of someone who might benefit from support from us.

Find out more in our Applying for Help section.

Latest News

Our Treasurer Elected as Deputy Chair of BMA Council

We are delighted that our Treasurer, Dr David Wrigley, has been elected Deputy Chair of BMA Council.

Many congratulations to David from his fellow Trustees and the Cameron Fund staff.

NEW Online Support Services

We are delighted that the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund has agreed to our providing links to their two Money Advice websites.

46th AGM held at 2016 LMC Conference

Thank you to all those who came to talk to us on the Cameron Fund stand during this year's LMC Conference. There were many familar faces and also those who wanted to find out more about the various ways we help GPs in crisis.

Once again, a fundraising collection took place during the Annual Conference Dinner and we are delighted to report that £5,589 was raised, once Gift Aid is added.

LMC Conference 19 & 20 May 2016

We will be at the Annual Conference of LMC Representatives on Thursday and Friday next week. Do come and visit our stand at the Mermaid Conference Centre. We would be pleased to tell you more abut our work and answer any questions you my have.

What's up Doc?

The Cameron Fund is only too aware that a high percentage of the GPs who come to us for financial help, are also experiencing a mental health problem such as depression or anxiety, or a mental condition such as bi-polar.