List of charities giving grants to people with long-term disabililties and chronic health conditions

The Guide to Grants for Individuals in Need  lists detailed information, including eligibility criteria, exclusions, application guidelines, contact details and the amount and type of grants offered, about trusts.

There are 65 charitable trusts which give grants to people with long-term disability and ill-health. Some of those included are:

Aspire (Association for Spinal Injury Research Rehabilitation and Reintegration) Human Needs Fund

The Birchington Convalescent Benefit Fund

Clevedon Forbes Fund

Gardening for the Disabled Foundation

The League of the Helping Hand

Mobility Trust II

The Florence Nightingale Aid-in-Sickness Trust

React (Rapid Effective Assistance for Children with Potentially Terminal Illnesses)

sfgroup Charitable Fund for Disabled People

Bruce Wake Charity

JAT (Jewish Action and Training for sexual training)

The Macfarlane Trust

Alzheimer’s Society

The Arthritic Association

Betard Bequest

Strongbones Children’s Charitable Trust

Ataxia UK

Action for Blind People

National Blind Children Society

The Royal Blind Society for the UK

The Royal National Institute for the Blind

The National Association for the Colitis and Crohn’s Disease

The Brittle Bone Society

CLIC Sargent

The Caron Keating Foundation

The Leukaemia Care Society

Macmillan Cancer Relief

The Nihal Armstrong Trust

Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Sense

The Roald Dahl Foundation

The Haemophilia Society

The Huntingdon’s Disease Foundation

Meningitis Trust

The Motor Neurone Disease Association

The Society for Mucopolysaccharide Disease

The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Cerebra for Brain Injured Children and Young People

Parkinson’s Disease Society

The British Polio Fellowship

The British Kidney Patient Association

The Jennifer Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy

The Stroke Association

Tuberous Sclerosis Association Benevolent Fund

 

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