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  1. The Boparan Charitable Trust aims to help children and young people up to the age of 18, throughout the Uk, who are disadvantaged either through poverty, disability or life-limiting conditions. Applicants, must live within the UK and be aged 18 or under.
    Colmore Court9 Colmore RowBirminghamB3 2BJ
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    Carer’s Grants – what we can help with…   Carer’s Essentials Carer’s can apply for grants of up to £300 towards the cost of ONE piece of household equipment which will benefit them in their caring role. These items can include (but are not restricted to):…
    21Alexandra RoadReadingRG1 5HP
  3. Caudwell Children is a national Charity that exists to transform the lives of disabled children and their families across the UK. Applicants must live in the UK, be 18 or under and fit the Charity's financial criteria. They can provide the following equipment: powered wheelchairs,…
    Minton Hollins BuildingShelton Old RoadStoke-on-TrentST4 7RY
  4. A unique charity set up to help improve the lives of children with brain related conditions through research, education and directly supporting the children and their carers. Cerebra aims to help all children up to 16 years with neurodevelopment disorders and conditions, their parents, carers…
    2nd Floor OfficesLyric BuildingsCarmarthenSA31 1BD
  5. Children Today raises funds to provide special equipment for children and young people with disabilities throughout the UK. Their aim is to ensure that every disabled child and young person fulfils their potential and leads an active childhood. Funds donated by their supporters enables them…
    17BTelford CourtChestergates Business ParkChesterCH1 6LT
  6. Helping you find the right grant. Do you have a Disability? Are you a parent or carer of a Disabled child or adult? If so, use this website to save time finding Disability Grants. Charities and Trusts provide funding towards the high cost of disability equipment, holidays,…
  7. The Earley Charity is one of the largest local grant-making charities in central southern England. Its object is the relief of need among elderly, disabled or poor people living in our area of benefit. The Charity’s terms of reference also make it possible for us…
    St. Nicolas Church HallSutcliffe AvenueEarleyReadingRG6 7JN
  8. Enhancing Quality of Life for People in NeedWe provide grants to other charities that support people of all ages living on low incomes who have a physical and/or mental disability or long-term illness.We do not accept grant applications from individualsor Community Interest Companies Edward Gostling…
    61Thames StWindsorSL4 1QW
  9. Family Action has small grants available for medical treatment, services, facilities or equipment (including communication aids) for those who are sick or physically disabled. Supporting evidence is required from a relevant professional. There is also a general grants program which can meet needs such as…
    24Angel GateCity RoadLondonEC1V 2PT

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