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Daytrippers helps groups of children/young people up to 25 years with disabilities, life limiting conditions or terminal illnesses.
It supports group trips of at least 8 children/young people and their main carer. Other adults and siblings will need to be self funding. Reasonable transport costs will also be reimbursed.
Funding is agreed in advance and reimbursed after the trip by providing evidence of the approved expenses.
To apply: download an application form from the "How to become a Daytripper" page and follow the step by step guide.
The Elifar Foundation
The Elifar Foundation funds a wide range of specialised equipment and respite for children and adults with with any form of physical or learning disability.
Items funded in the past include: Wheelchairs, beds, specialised seating , trikes, communication aids, sensory equipment and specialised holidays for the disabled.
To apply: download an application form. Financial details and supporting evidence from a professional is required.
Fashion and Textile Children's Trust
Fashion and Textile Children’s Trust supports children (under 18 years) whose
parents or carers have worked in the fashion and textile industry within the
last 10 years.
are three categories of grants:
- Education – may include funding for specialist tutorial support,
learning tools, school necessities, transport costs and school fees.
- Wellbeing – practical support to children with a range of conditions.
Funding provided for essential items, therapies, respite, mobility equipment,
specialist clothing and adaptations to the home.
- Small Grant Applications – a fast-track grant for one-off items up to
is open to all in the industry from the shop floor to the warehouse. It
includes those who have worked in fashion, footwear, home furnishings or home
textiles through a retailer, supplier, wholesaler or manufacturer.
apply: complete the online enquiry form for an application form.
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