Fashion & Textile Children's Trust
The Fashion & Textile Children’s Trust (FTCT) gives financial grants to children (up to 18 years) where one or more parent/carer works in the UK fashion and textile industry- for at least one year within the last 9 years.
A grant is a financial donation which doesn't have to be repaid. It must be used to buy essential items for your children such as school uniform or clothing.
Grants are also available for children with disability or additional needs and can fund specialist items including mobility equipment, therapy and educational support.
How to apply
If you are interested in applying for a grant for your child, you must be:
- The parent or full-time carer of a child aged up to 18 years
- You or your partner must have worked in the UK fashion and textile industry for a minimum of 1 year, within the last nine years.
Not sure if you work in fashion or textiles? Check this list of companies and job titles which fit into our criteria.
For more information, please visit the FTCT website: www.ftct.org.uk/about-our-grants
To apply, fill in our online enquiry form: www.ftct.org.uk/grants/enquiry/
We are a small and friendly team, so if you have any questions about applying, please call the grants team on 0300 123 9002.
Who to contact
- 0300-123-9002 0300-123-9002
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Where to go
- Victoria Charity Centre
11, Belgrave Road
- SW1V 1RB
Directions to SW1V 1RB
PLEASE NOTE: We do not offer a drop in service, please call us to find out more about our grant funding, or fill in our online enquiry form: http://www.ftct.org.uk/grants/enquiry/
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- Open Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm
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