If you are a parent facing redundancy from a fashion or textile company, our grants can help bridge the gap and make sure your children have the essentials they need. Read more
Jagoda runs her own business making hairbands for children who wear bone conduction hearing aids. FTCT recently funded a grant for Jagoda's daughter Malina to attend speech and language therapy sessions. Read more
Children received our grants between July 2019- June 2020
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With grants enquiries high and families across the industry feeling the pressure of redundancy and lost income, we need your help to continue offering our free and vital service. Here are some of the ways you can support our charity this Christmas.
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Information on who can apply for our grants and how they can help fashion and textile families during this time.
Love fashion and textiles? Want to make a difference to the lives of young people? Then FTCT needs you.
Families across the UK are facing increasing financial strain and we have seen a significant rise in demand for our grants recently.
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
Our grants can help parents and carers facing redundancy from Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group which owns the brands Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home. Read more