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Grants and Carers

Find out how charitable funds may be able to help carers

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Young woman and a girl with Down's syndrome

If you are a carer, financial and other support might be available from a charitable fund, if you meet its qualifying rules.

What types of charitable funds might help carers?

Examples of charitable funds that might help carers include those that support people:

  • Who work or have worked in particular jobs or industries.

  • Are affected by a particular health condition.

  • An educational charity that helps families on low incomes pay for school trips or outings.

  • A charitable trust attached to a water or electricity company.  See our Energy schemes guide for more details.

For more information about how charitable funds work, read our guide: About grants

Read about the support that the Charity for Civil Servants gives carers who work or have worked in the Civil Service


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