Across the country, people like you are doing what’s right, by putting others first and staying at home. We want to help in any way we can, whether that’s supporting you, the NHS, local charities, or even your pets.
Stay safe, and keep being great.
Here's what we're doing...
For the NHS
NHS workers are protecting us, so we want to do what we can to help them.
We’re offering free breakdown assistance for NHS workers on the way to or from work.More about NHS offers
Many customers are driving less because of lockdown and may be able to temporarily reduce their mileage for a refund. If this applies to you, use this form to let us know.
If you’re finding it difficult to make your monthly payments, get in touch and we may be able to help you by reviewing levels of cover, changing your payment dates or offering payment deferrals.Contact us
For our colleagues
We have protected jobs and pay for all our staff.
Nobody has been furloughed and we won’t be taking any money from the Government’s furlough scheme.
These are uncertain times for everybody, so we have re-employed colleagues who left recently and would have found themselves without income.
Keeping our people safe is paramount, so most of our colleagues are now working from home.
For your pets
It’s hard to get to the vet right now, so we’re currently offering all our Direct Line customers access to PawSquad.
As long as you have any Direct Line policy, you have 24/7 access to an online vet.More about PawSquad
Visit our Coronavirus help and support page for frequently asked questions about COVID-19.
We’ve created a fund to support local communities and charities close to our offices around the UK.
FareShare is a network of charitable food redistributors who get good quality surplus food to almost 11,000 frontline charities and community groups, covering 960 villages, towns and cities across the UK.
Right now, they need extra personal protective equipment (PPE), so we have donated money to cover the cost of procurement.
More than 14 million people in the UK are currently living in poverty, 4.5 million of them are children. Trussell Trust supports the largest national network of food banks and estimates an extra 400,000 emergency parcels will be needed over the next three months, along with improved delivery systems.
We have donated to help Trussell Trust reach more vulnerable people.
Turn2Us is a charity that helps people living in poverty in the UK and Ireland. It provides information and support about welfare benefits and charitable grants via its website and freephone helpline.
We’re helping Turn2Us provide cash grants to people in financial hardship living in communities close to our offices.