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’s statement in response to the Public Accounts Committee report on the Government’s Flood Risk Strategy

The NFF has long called for more to be done to protect and support flooded people. This Public Accounts Committee report highlights some of the concerns we have raised, and we welcome the understanding that a vision for success must be defined, understood and quantified. We have repeatedly raised concerns about rural and smaller communities […]

PRESS RELEASE: Response to the NAO report on FCERM spending

The National Flood Forum is deeply disturbed to read the National Audit Office’s report which looked at the current Environment Agency Flood and Coastal Risk Management Strategy. The NAO report highlights the number of properties to be better protected by the FCERM strategy has dropped by 40% in England. This means that only 200,000 properties […]


We have great pleasure in attaching the NFF spring newsletter.   This issue includes updates on NFF activity, new projects, flood action groups and the government approach to sustainable drainage systems and a lot more.  We also include details of our forthcoming arts exhibition highlighting the experience of flooding and how to enter your work as well […]