Bank Workers Charity


As an employee at Santander, BWC are here to support the health and wellbeing of you and your family. They provide advice, practical and specialist support, and in some cases financial assistance. They’re completely independent of the banks and their services are free and confidential.

Find out how BWC can help



BWC – supporting bank employees     
‘Helping you, your partner and dependent children’


Wellbeing support for bank employees
Helping you, your partner and dependent children’





We all need a little extra support now and then, especially as we continue to face new and previous challenges as a result of the pandemic. As we navigate into the “new normal”, we want to take this opportunity to remind you of the wellbeing support the Bank Workers Charity (BWC) can provide for you, your partner and dependent children.


What can BWC help with?
BWC work with some of the UK’s leading organisations to provide you with specialist support around:

  • Mental health: providing access to specialist services such as counselling or other therapies to look after your mental wellbeing.
  • Financial support/Grants: including short-term general living expenses and long-term costs such as disability aids or home adaptations.
  • Caring responsibilities: offering access to financial, legal and practical support for the carer and the person being cared for.
  • Relationships: providing guidance and counselling to improve relationships or getting help if you’re experiencing domestic abuse.
  • Money and debt: supporting with debt management, benefit applications and search, and providing access to professional advice.
  • Disability and long-term conditions: giving the advice and support needed to manage a disability or long-term health condition.
  • Legal advice: offering access to a specialist team of legal experts who can provide advice and guidance on most aspects of British law.
  • Employment: assisting with career transition and job search support, with access to an online platform to help you manage your career.
  • Retirement: helping you plan for a successful retirement with information and guidance on managing wellbeing in later life.

How can you get in touch with BWC?
Call their free and confidential Helpline on 0800 0234 834 - they’re open Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm (except bank holidays). There are other ways you can get in touch with BWC too.


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