S C Witting Trust

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

Small, one-off grants are available for children and young people aged 15 years or younger than who live in England and are in financial need.

Grants of around £200 are given for specific items, usually essential items such as furniture, clothing or white goods for the family.

The Trust also gives small grants of up to £100 for books or educational equipment.

Last updated on 30 October 2019

Who is eligible?

People aged 15 or under who live in England and are in need. 

What we do not give grants for

The Trust does not pay debts, tuition fees, living expenses or make loans.

How to apply?

Individual's should not apply directly. A third party, such as social services, should apply on an individual's behalf.

The third party should write to the Trust, giving a short case history, reasons for need and amount needed. Cheques will be made payable to the third party so please confirm to whom the cheque should be made payable.

The trust will not respond to unsuccessful applications unless a stamped addressed envelope is provided. Documentation from unsuccessful applications will be destroyed, so if you apply again you will need to submit all relevant documents/ information again.

Applications are considered monthly.

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

Witting Trust Administrator
Friends House
173 Euston Road
Email: scwittingtrust@quaker.org.uk

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