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Resources to help you find out about the Government's Special Educational Needs and Disability reforms that are due to be implemented in September 2014.
Applications have now opened for Boccia Development Grants to help encourage it's growth among disabled young people and adults.
Butlins have a half price sale - this offer is only available until midnight on the 12th August.
Check out the July edition of Disability Grants News - a monthly round up about what's new on the Disability Grants website and a great selection of other useful resources....
A unique wish granting charity for adults over 40 years suffering from life threatening or terminal illness It provides a special day out or weekend to remember and enjoy.
Grants to help young people from low income families to become qualified for a career or job.
Small grants to help isolated adults on low income with essential household items. Open only to those living in specific London boroughs and West Kent.
Supporting local communities by providing funding to improve the lives of the people who live and work there.
The Community Trust helps vulnerable families with children who are in need of support. They are able to help with essentials such as beds and bedding, white goods and holidays.
The Gaddum Centre administers a number of Trust funds in the Manchester area that benefit the disabled, the sick and individuals suffering from poverty.
A new grant programme from Macmillan Cancer Support to help fund support and self help groups for people affected by Cancer.
Could your charity benefit from a Genetic Disorders UK grant? Genetic Disorders UK (GDUK) is the UK charity which aims to change the world for children
Funding of up to £2,000 to benefit local communities. It is open to community and voluntary groups operating not more than 5 miles away from the neares Midcounties trading branch.
Money saving offers, coupons and deals to help you save money
Check out the June edition of Disability Grants News - a monthly round up about what's new on the Disability Grants website and a great selection of other useful resources....
A new range of grants to support carers in their caring role funded through a partnership with the Rank Group and Carers Trust.
Financial help from the Mothers' Union towards the cost of a holiday or travel expenses for families in need.
Financial support for individuals, disability groups, clubs and schools for the purchase of specialist wheelchairs, tennis equipment and grants for coaching.
Find out about National disability discounts that can help you save money when your're looking for days out
Grants from Archery GB to increase disability participation and to increase archery opportunities.
Closing date: 20th June 2014
A great website to help you get started on your community project - breaking down advice into 10 simple steps.
Check out the May edition of Disability Grants News - a monthly round up about what's new on the Disability Grants website and a great selection of other useful resources
The Yorkshire Building Society are providing grants for charities and good causes in the UK.
Funding for local groups in the Wolverhampton area specialising in children, families,disadvantage and disability.
Financial assistance for talented sporting young people and disabled athletes competing a National level in Scotland.
Funding to help pay towards the extra cost of a helper for severely disabled people.
In Kind Direct helps charities, social enterprises and not-for-profit organisations throughout the UK by redistributing items no longer required by commercial companies.
The Concertina Charitable Trust provides funds to small organisations for musical activities such as singing groups and entertainment for the elderly.
The CLA Charitable Trust supports projects that promote and provide facilities for the disadvantaged and disabled to access the countryside.
Funded holidays in the UK and abroad for serving and ex RAF people with severe disabilities.