National Flood Forum
The National Flood Forum is a national charity dedicated to supporting and representing communities and individuals at risk of flooding. We do this by helping people to prepare for flooding in order to prevent it or mitigate its impacts, helping people to recover their lives once they have been flooded, campaigning on behalf of flood risk communities and working with government and agencies to ensure that they develop a community perspective. We are a registered charity that was established in 2002 with start-up funding from the Environment Agency (EA).
The NFF also provides a strong and independent voice that represents the interests of people affected by flooding. This includes working closely with national and local government agencies, flood protection companies and the insurance industry, as well as flood action groups to ensure that the views and issues of those at risk of flooding are taken into account when decisions are made.