Supporting families since 1853

 

The Fashion & Textile Children’s Trust (FTCT) was founded over 150 years ago, to support disadvantaged children, whose parents or carers work in the UK fashion and textile industry.

By providing grants to support all aspects of their education and wellbeing we support hundreds of children every year.

To find out more, visit our grants section and apply today.

 

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What kind of help do we provide?

Grants

Our grants can provide access to education through funding for extra tuition, learning support or school necessities, in addition to essential items, like clothing, bedding and shoes.

To hear how FTCT grants have helped families in your industry, visit our success stories page.

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We are keen to work with UK fashion and textile companies up and down the country, to raise awareness of how FTCT grants can help the children of employees across the industry.

Read how companies have already begun promoting FTCT to their staff and meet the children they enabled us to help, by clicking here

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What people say...

 

“The charity is a very valuable resource. I have struggled without support and this has been a boost to me and will have a very positive effect on a young boys future.”

Susan
Carer of Isham

“It felt like a life line-It has made me feel I am part of a community… I am truly grateful to be given the opportunity to survive.”

Jane
Mum of William