NCF members are not-for-profit organisations, providing quality care and support services. NCF currently has approximately 100 member organisations. This section has more about eligibility and the benefits of membership.
Benefits of membership
NCF works tirelessly to represent members to government, the department of health and other national bodies. We regularly attend meetings to put forward NCF member views, promote member interests, respond to consultations, summarise essential reports and keep members abreast of changes in regulation and the law.
Members have exclusive access to restricted members pages of the NCF website where they can find up to date information, need-to-know changes in regulation, consultations and benchmarking opportunities through the weekly updates; details of coming forum meetings and events; confidential NCF surveys and reports; tools and resources available to our special interest forums including human resources, finance & IT, marketing, practise, quality assurance and the nationally recognised quality framework NCF Quality First.
Members can also use our partners pages to source professional advice and services specific to the care sector.