Share the FTCT love

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017 | Posted in Blog

It’s all about sharing love and kindness Cropped_Crochet heart for Valentines Designed_by_freepikthis Valentine’s Day, with your special loved ones and those who are close. So, after you’ve given the flowers, cooked that special meal or just said ‘I love you!’ we’d love you to do something special for us … share our message.

Here at the Fashion & Textile Children’s Trust it’s our mission to share help when families need it most – in fact we’ve given grants to over 500 children in the last eight months! Financial grants ranging from £250 for school necessities – like school uniform and other equipment (you can read Lisa’s story) right through to life-changing essentials for children, like Archie and his siblings.

And …. we still have a number of grants available for families that could help make a real difference to the life of their child. Each grant is given on a needs basis and is available to parents who work in the UK fashion and textile industry. Check out our eligible criteria or visit our grants section to find out more about the grants that have helped so many children.

If you know someone working in fashion or textiles, who needs financial support for their child, please share the love and tell them about FTCT today. Knowing you are helping a family member, friend or work colleague is the best Valentine’s Day gift you could ever give.

Please help us share our message today using these handy links below:


Copy this tweet and share it with your followers :  Share the benefits of @FTCT and help parents working in UK fashion. Check out how you can support us

Copy this message and share it with your Facebook friends: What is an FTCT grant? and how can it help your family?

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