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HSF health plan – cash back on health care

HSF health plan can help your employees cover the cost of their everyday healthcare. Their entry level family scheme at just £1 a week provides cover for over 30 health related benefits (including dental and optical), HSF Assist (their EAP), personal accident cover and a shopping discounts package too.

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HSF health plan is the trading company of The Hospital Saturday Fund charity and therefore has a firm understanding of how important it is for your organisation to keep costs down. Their schemes are free to implement and discounted for your employees, enabling you to support the health and
wellbeing of your staff whilst assisting with your absence

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Immediate benefit for all NCVO member organisations – contact HSF health plan for full details.


  • Health benefits – dental, optical, practitioners (including physiotherapy), specialist investigations (x-rays, scans and specialist consultation) and payments for hospital stays
  • EAP – GP advice line, virtual doctor, private prescription service, telephone and face to face counselling and legal advice line
  • Full personal injury benefit
  • Shopping discounts – on high street shops, supermarkets, cinema, gyms, restaurants, holidays and days out

HSF health plan schemes start from just £1 a week for NCVO members and you can offer the plan as a voluntary benefit or choose to subsidise your employees.

About HSF health plan

HSF health plan is the trading company of the registered charity, The Hospital Saturday Fund. Founded in 1873 to help people pay for medical treatment, the organisation has been providing grants since 1948 to medical charities, hospices and hospitals. Another important part of the charity's work is to assist individuals where ill health or disability has caused financial difficulties.

Everyone who joins HSF health plan, just by belonging, are making a contribution to the important work of the charity, as the profits from the health cash plan go to the parent charity. Not something which usually happens when an insurance policy is taken out.

– Paul Jackson, CEO, HSF health plan

Case studies

Read how the low-cost health plan reduces absenteeism for NCVO members (PDF, 238KB). 


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