Get help Useful links If you haven't worked in the UK fashion and textile industry in the last 9 years, we unfortunately won't be the right charity for your family. But there are some other charity's you could try. Turn 2 Us Turn 2 Us is an online search portal where you can search for charities who may be able to help you depending on your circumstances. Grants for individuals in need Grants for individuals in need is another grants search website, which will suggest other charities based on location and individual need or family situation. Retail Trust Retail Trust offer crisis, welfare, educational and vocational grants to people working in any aspect of the UK retail industry, this also includes fashion. Grants for children with disability or additional needs Disability Grants Disability grants is a search tool for parents or carers of children with disability or additional needs. You can search here for other funding organisations who might be able to help your family. Family Fund Family Fund is the UK’s largest charity providing grants for families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people. Independence at home Independence at home provides grants to people of all ages who have a physical or learning disability or long term illness and who are in financial need. Caudwell Children Caudwell Children offers a range of services for disabled children across the UK. Boparan Charitable Trust Boparan Charitable Trust provide grant funding for children with disabilities, life-limiting illnesses and those who are in extreme poverty across the Uk. Debt and Money advice Stepchange Expert, tailored advice and practical solutions to problem debt. You can get advice online or over the phone. Payplan If you’re facing problems with money, Payplan offer for people with debt problems and debt-related issues. From debt advice on credit card bills, personal loan arrears, mortgage or rent arrears and what to do if you get behind with the gas or electricity bills. Money Advice Service If you’d like more information on sources of free debt help and advice you can visit the Money Advice Service. It's an independent service, set up by the government to help people make the most of their money. Even if we're not the right charity for you, you might know another family who works in fashion and textiles. Please share our details with them and help us to help more UK children.