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TBF membership made even easier

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Signing up for TBF membership has become even easier with the introduction of an online application process.

It takes just a few minutes to fill in the necessary information and, once approved, the new member will be issued with a membership number and invited to set up their own unique password for use on the MyPage membership portal. Here, they will be able to access and keep up to date all their personal information and records of benefits awarded.

John Sheehy, TBF’s CEO, says: “The charity is delighted to be able to offer this latest innovation. It really is quick and easy; the online application process is accessed via the website home page www.tbf.org.uk and clicking on the ‘Join Us’ icon.

“We saw a wave of new members joining online during the first few days of it going live, and those new members are now able to take advantage of the wide range of benefits on offer from TBF – there’s no waiting period.”

“We will, of course, continue to accept our standard printed application forms. Our team of eight regional organisers will continue to visit work sites and training schools in order to promote the benefits of being a TBF member and to assist those who find themselves in need of help and support. So, if you work in the public transport industry in Great Britain, come and join us. Membership is just a click away!”

TBF is a membership charity offering help and support to those who find themselves in need, hardship, or distress. Membership costs £1.25 a week, covering the prime member, their live-in partner, and dependent children.

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