Clapham Relief Fund

This fund is only open to applications from intermediaries or support workers

One-off grants for people in need and on low incomes who live in the Clapham area.  Grants cannot be given for day-to-day living expenses or for the repayment of debt.

Grants tend to be between £100 and £300. The charity gives grants for goods and services such as:

  • Furniture, white goods, bedding and clothes
  • Property repairs and insulation, carpets, curtains, adaptations for people with disabilities
  • Education and training course fees, books, tools and exam costs

The area of benefit covers the local authority wards of Larkhall, Clapham Town, Ferndale, Clapham Common, Brixton Hill, and Thornton. See the map on the Clapham Relief Fund's website to check whether the potential applicent lives in the area of benefit.

Last updated on 27 April 2021

Who is eligible?

Visit the Clapham Relief Fund website to find out if your client lives in the area of benefit.

The charity does not give grants for day-to-day living expenses, to pay off debts or where funding is available from public sources, such as the local authority or DWP.

How to apply?

Applications must be submitted by a verifiable sponsor, such as social worker, a child support worker, housing officer, GP or charitable organisation.

If the application is successful, the grant will be paid to the sponsor. The sponsor will be responsible for monitoring how the grant is spent and ensuring that itemised receipts are given to the Clapham Relief Fund within two months of the grant being paid.

An application form can be downloaded from the Clapham Relief Fund website or by emailing enquiries@claphamrelieffund.org

Applications are considered four times a year, usually in early March, June, September and December. The charity should receive the application at least ten days before the meeting.

Contact details

Clerk to the Trustees, PO Box 37978
London
Greater London
SW4 8WX
Email: enquiries@claphamrelieffund.org
Web: http://claphamrelieffund.org

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