Funding Round-up – Health and Disability, March 202004-Mar-2020
Here is a collection of funding rounds from local and national organisations focused on helping charities provide relief to clients with health or disability issues.
The Langley Foundation offers grants to people with a recent on-set of illness or disability which puts them financially at risk.
Upon qualifying, grants of around £300 can be given to help applicants with:
- Business costs e.g. one month’s rent
- Family breaks for families with children
- One month’s childcare costs
At the time of writing there was no specified deadline, suggesting the scheme can be seen as a Continuous Rolling Programme where applications will be considered at any time.
Happy Days Children's Charity
The Charity offers grants for families with children aged 3-17 who are disabled, have a special need or have been abused.
Day trips, group activity holidays and family respite breaks are eligible.
Because the scheme can be seen as a continuous rolling programme; there is no deadline and so applications could be accepted at any time.
Founded in 2003, the Daytrippers Foundation provides support to children and young people aged 5 to 25 years with disabilities and life limiting conditions.
Special Educational Needs schools (SEND), children’s hospices, charities and support groups can apply for funding towards a day trip of their choice. Grants can range from £500 to £3,000.
Funding schemes are also available to support an innovative idea for an event or series of workshops.
The Foundation says they will be accepting applications for activities running until 31st October 2020.
The Adamson Trust offer grants for voluntary and community organisations and charities to help with the cost of holidays or respite breaks for disabled children aged 3 to 17 years with physical, mental, or emotional impairments.
The deadline for applications is 31st March 2020 with further dates to be announced later in the year.
For more information and how to apply, visit the Trust website.
The Child Brain Injury Trust
The Trust offers support to children with Acquired Brain Injury and their families.
They have two grant programmes:
- Give a Child a Chance Grant is a small grants programme offering up to £100 per child to enable the child with Acquired Brain Injury and their siblings to be involved in social activities.
- The Mary Radnoti-Dwyer Education Assessment Grant offers up to £350 to help towards the cost of SEN assessments for professional reports.
There is no specified deadline, suggesting applications could be considered at any time.
Guide to Disability Grants
The Guide to Disability Grants is an online service produced by the Care Workers Charity. The Guide aims to provide free accessible information on grants to support disabled adults and the parents or carers of disabled children.
For more information visit The Guide’s website.
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