The National Flood Forum exists to support individuals and communities at risk of flooding and have been doing this across the country since 2002.

Each year:

More than 2000 people receive practical support to address their flood risk through flood action groups.
£0 of government funding. All our funds come from donations and the services we deliver.
Over 3000 people use the Property Protection Advisor to find out the cost of protecting their property.
Over 1000 people call our advice line for help.
300 flood action groups are affiliated to us.


What people are saying about our charity.

National Flood Forum announces new Chief Executive, Tracey Garrett

After an extensive recruitment exercise, the National Flood Forum is pleased to announce that Tracey Garrett has been selected to become our new Chief Executive starting on 1st May. Tracey replaces the Paul Cobbing who is retiring after 10 years in the role. The National Flood Forum, currently celebrating its 20th anniversary year, is the […]

Paul Cobbing MBE & CEO Announces Retirement

Paul Cobbing MBE, CEO of the National Flood Forum (NFF), has today announced his retirement plans for early Summer 2022. Over the last 10 years Paul has led and developed the National Flood Forum to provide flood communities with independent, unbiased, and unwavering support whilst championing their needs with Ministers, senior government officials, risk management […]

Joint Statement: Planning for the climate crisis

The planning system plays a vital role in cutting carbon and preparing us for the impacts of climate change. The Committee on Climate Change is advocating a strong focus on effective planning to deliver the action we need. But the current English planning system is not delivering on its positive potential to tackle the climate […]