If you're a parent working in the UK fashion and textile industry you might be eligible for a grant for your child. Read more
Martha (11) has Williams Syndrome. An FTCT grant helped to fund reading lessons for Martha, over four years. Watch Martha and Mum Deborah talk about the difference their FTCT grant has made. Read more
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If you are a parent whose employment is being affected by the changes at Karen Millen, you could apply for one of our grants.
A grant is a financial donation that you don’t have to repay. It must be used to buy essential items for your children such as clothing or school uniform. Read this section to see what we fund.
If you are a parent raising a child with a disability or additional needs, an FTCT grant could help with specialist equipment, therapies and more.
Families across the UK are facing increasing financial strain and we have seen a significant rise in demand for our grants recently.
Love fashion and textiles? Want to make a difference to the lives of young people? Then FTCT needs you.
Our services are a vital support for children of UK fashion and textile families. With your support we can help many more children.
Has your child received an FTCT grant? Why not share your experience and encourage another family to apply. Read more
Read how Rachel stepped in to raise money for us for the second time Read more