The items we fund depend on your circumstances and on what you need. Below is a full list of the items we consider funding:

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Children's Clothing
Essential Children's Clothing including School Uniform and PE Kit (ages 0-18 years)

Study Equipment; for school or college children only.
Course Equipment for college student ( ages 16+)
Either a Laptop (ages 11+) or a Tablet(ages 4+)
IF there is no other device at home.Desk and Chair (ages 11+)

Children's Bedroom Furniture; if they are broken, unsuitable or your child is without.
Children's Bed and Mattress and Bedding
Clothes Storage - Wardrobe (ages 11+)
Chest of Drawers (ages 10 or under)
Curtains /Poles or Blinds for a child's bedroom (if they don't have any)
Rug (if the flooring is rough or unsuitable)

Baby and Infant Essentials
Cot, Mattress and BeddingHighchairCar Seat
Safety Gate

Washing Machine

Home Essentials; if your are being rehoused, yours are broken or you don’t have them.
Dining Table and Chairs
Cooking Utensils/ Pots and Crockery/ Toaster/Kettle/Microwave/Vacuum Cleaner

Sensory and Specialist Items; supported with a recommendation from a health professional.

Mobility Equipment; to support you child's needs, as recommended by a health professional.

Therapy; to suit your child's needs, as recommended by a health professional.

What we can't fund

There are some things we can't fund, such as childcare costs, house repairs and bill repayments.

Before making an enquiry, please check the full list of what we can't fund.  

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Got any questions?

If there's something you're not sure about, it's always best to contact us and chat it through. Email your question to our our grants team.

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