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Government funding for carers of disabled children and adults
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Provides financial assistance for deaf or partially deaf individuals under 25 years living in Wales.
support for people of all ages who have worked in the licensed trade in Scotland for at least 3 years. Includes help with home furnishing and household bills.
Financial assistance to existing and past employees of the timber trades industry for those on low income and with minimal savings.
Funding for small grass roots and volunteer driven organisations in Merseyside and Northern Ireland.
Funding for small charities from Wales and the north of England for self help groups to support people with mental illness or learning difficulties and bereavement counselling.
Supports a broad range of charitable causes across the UK from small and large charities. This includes disability, health, special needs and the elderly.
Provides funding for charities benefiting women, girls, young people and families, who are economically deprived or/and socially excluded in Merseyside.
Provides Welfare Grants for essential household items, white goods and help with utility bills for people living with and affected by HIV.
Offer advice on gardening with a disability with tips on tools and equipment to help with gardening. It also offer training for professionals to promote therapeutic gardening with a range of disabilities.
Offers the opportunity to join a green gym as an alternative to traditional gym or fitness activities. It aims to improve individuals physical and mental health and wellbeing, by being outdoors, active and social interaction.
The Terrace Higgins Trust offers hardship funds to people with HIV on low income. The funding is available for short term financial need or in a crisis.
The Kent Community Foundation administers charitable funds for both the individual and community groups. This includes funds that support children and young people, vulnerable adults, the elderly and carers.