Buttle UK: Support for Families

Health & Social Care Youth

Buttle UK offers grants of up to £300 to support families purchase essential items to meet the needs of children (aged under 18) in the UK who living with parents or carers in severe poverty, suffering deprivation as a result and who are facing additional social issue.

 

Funding is available for critical household items such as: gas or electric cookers, essential household items, furniture and kitchen equipment, clothing in exceptional or emergency situations, baby equipment, fridges and freezers, washing machines, children’s beds and bedding.

Normally only one item can be considered per application. All applications must be made through an organisation that is supporting the family or young person.

Facing financial hardship alone does not make a client eligible for our support; to be considered they need to be facing additional social welfare issues and suffering deprivation as a result. Social welfare issues could include: domestic abuse, drug/alcohol misuse, estrangement, illness, distress, abuse, neglect and behavioural or mental health issues

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

For more information and how to apply please click here.

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