Radio Clyde – Cash for Kids at Christmas - Individual Family Grants

Christmas grants for families with children under 16 who live in Glasgow or the West of Scotland and are sick or underprivileged.

The charity also provides grants to organisations in Glasgow and the West of Scotland working with vulnerable children.

Applications are only accepted between mid-October and the start of November each year.  See the Radio Clyde - Cash for Kids at Christmas website for more information.

Applications have to be made by a supporter (e.g. from a council social work department or recognised voluntary organisation).

Last updated on 30 September 2019

Who is eligible?

Families with children under 16 who live in Glasgow or the West of Scotland and are sick or underprivileged.

How to apply?

Applications are only accepted between mid-October and the start of November each year.  See the Radio Clyde - Cash for Kids at Christmas website for more information.

Our Individual Family Christmas Grants are paid to the supporter of the application. The supporter is usually a council social work department or recognised voluntary organisation.

It is the supporter responsibility to ensure that the award is used to benefit the child or children named in the application and that they meet the necessary criteria.

If you are a supporter who is looking to apply on behalf of children, please contact the Cash for Kids team at: cashforkids@radioclyde.com to get a link to register for our grants system.

Ask any support workers or organisations you are in touch with if they can apply on your behalf. They might be an adviser, housing officer, someone from Citizens Advice or another charity.

If you can't find a suitable professional, contact the charity directly to find out if they can help.

Contact details

Radio Clyde Cash for Kids
Radio Clyde, Clydebank Business Park, 3 South Avenue
Glasgow
Scotland
G81 2RX
Telephone: 0141 204 1025
Email: cashforkids@radioclyde.com
Web: https://planetradio.co.uk/clyde/charity/info/grant-clyde/

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