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British Wireless for the Blind Fund

The British Wireless for the Blind Fund (BWBF) provides high quality, easy to use audio equipment which has been specially designed and adapted for listeners living with sight loss. All its radios are made available on free loan to blind and partially-sighted people who meet its criteria.…
Telephone:
01622 754757 - BWBF, 01603 629558 - NNAB

E-mail
info@blind.org.ukoffice@nnab.org.uk

Website:
www.blind.org.uk

BT Benevolent Fund

The BT Benevolent Fund serves past and present BT employees, and their dependants, who are suffering financial hardship. Assistance is provided in a wide variety of ways. Grants are often made to relieve the pressure of priority debt arrears. With elderly beneficiaries the lack of any savings…
Telephone:
0208 726 2145

E-mail
benevolent@bt.com

Website:
www.benevolent.bt.com

Builders' Benevolent Institution

The Builders Benevolent Institution (BBI) provides financial help and support for recognised Master Builders and their dependants who, through ill health or misfortune, find themselves in need.Beneficiaries receiving help are visited regularly by a BBI Welfare Advisor to make certain that their needs are being met,…
Telephone:
01227 791623

E-mail
BBI@fmb.org.uk

Website:
www.bbi1847.org.uk

Butchers' and Drovers' Charitable Institution

The Butchers' and Drovers' Charitable Institution (BDCI) is the meat industry's own trade charity. It exists to provide support for those who work, or have previously worked, in the meat industry but have fallen on hard times, regardless of their circumstances. Widows, dependants and children may…
Telephone:
01727 896094

E-mail
info@bdci.org.uk

Website:
www.bdci.org.uk

CABE Benevolent Fund

The CABE (Chartered Association of Building Engineers) Benevolent Fund offers support and assistance to retired, former and current members, and their dependants, who are in difficulties due to ill-health, accident, old age or bereavement.

CAN - Utilities Roadshow

Community Action Norfolk are holding a Utilities Roadshow near you. It’s free and it can help you save money Assembly Rooms Swaffham - Thursday 18th January About: Explore whether you should switch energy supplier to get the best deal to suit you and your needs. Find…
Telephone:
01362 698216

E-mail
office@communityactionnorfolk.org.uk

Care and Repair Handyperson Service - Warm and Well

The Handyperson Service can assist with;  Radiator foils Draughtproofing Energy efficiency light bulbs Grant funding may be available please contact us for further information. to support the costs of these interventions.  
Telephone:
01553 616200

E-mail
careandrepair@west-norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.careline-cs.org.uk

Care and Repair West Norfolk

Care and Repair is part of the West Norfolk Home Improvement Agency (HIA). It was established by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk to help older people, people with disabilities, and people on low income to adapt, repair and improve their homes.…
Telephone:
01553 616200

E-mail
careandrepair@west-norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.careandrepair-wn.org.uk

Care Needs

When you contact Norfolk County Council about your care and support needs or those of someone you are caring for, we will help you to: Get the information and advice you need to plan for your current and future care needs Remain as independent as possible and…
Telephone:
0344 800 8020

E-mail
information@norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.norfolk.gov.uk

Care To Be Different

Care To Be Different is an online information resource about NHS care funding in England. It highlights the difference between means-tested care and fully-funded NHS care – and helps families avoid being wrongly charged care fees. Visit the website for a free guide, ‘Care Fees…
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