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The Furniture Makers’ Company is the charity for the furnishing industry, providing leadership to the industry and a framework of support which promotes excellence, nurtures talent through education, and helps those in need. The furnishing industry employs around 250,000 people across every sector, including manufacturing,…
The Gamekeepers’ Welfare Trust (GWT) supports gamekeepers, stalkers and ghillies, and their immediate dependants, who are in ill health, disabled, or elderly and suffering hardship. Grants are awarded for various needs, such as: Residential home top-up fees Mobility aids Home adaptations Household appliances Oil and electricity grants Applicants…
Gardening for Disabled Trust gives grants to people in the UK to enable them to continue gardening despite illness or disability. This might include, for example, adapting a garden for special needs or making a grant towards tools, raised beds or paving to make them…
Foundations Independent Living Trust (FILT) are working with Gas Safe to provide preventative services that directly address the risks of death, injuries and illness caused by dangerous gas work and appliances. The following types of essential minor work may be carried out using the Grant Scheme…
The Gaywood Fuel Allotment Trust provides modest grants to people in need who live in the parish of Gaywood. Applications to the trust should be referred through Adult Social Services or a support agency/charity.
The Grandparents Plus supports all grandparents and their families. It can provide advice on family issues affecting grandparents such as caring for a grandchild, contact, relationship difficulties and welfare benefits.
Anyone who has worked in the grocery industry, from the largest factory through the supply chain and to the smallest of stores is eligible for help through Grocery Aid's freephone confidential Welfare Helpline. To qualify for Grocery Aid's financial assistance, an individual needs to meet the following…
FREE consultation: MONDAYS 9 am – 11 am Our services: Help to find a job Doing sign ups Writing cv’s Giving benefits advice Searching for jobs & voluntary roles Supporting with applications Signposting to other support services Come along for a chat for more information…
The Hardman Trust publishes and distributes a practical guide known as The Hardman Directory to give prisoners and those recently released free access to accurate information on supplementary funding and other forms of financial support that may be available to them.
Headway, the Brain Injury Association, is a national charity set up to give help and support to people affected by brain injury. Through its network of local groups and branches it offers a wide range of services, including rehabilitation programmes, carer support, social re-integration, community…