The King's Norton United Charities

The Charity gives grants to people who live in Church of England Parishes of Kings Norton, Cotteridge, Stirchley, parts of Bournville, Balsall Heath, Kings Heath, Moseley (St Anne's & St Mary's), Brandwood, Hazelwell, Highters Heath, Wythall, West Heath, Longbridge, Rubery and Rednal. Contact the charity to find out if you are able to apply.

One-off grants are given for essential household items, educational needs or to help with unexpected costs.

Last updated on 16 July 2019

Who is eligible?

You may be eligible if you need financial assistance and you live in the Church of England Parishes of:

  • Kings Norton, Cotteridge or Stirchley
  • parts of Bournville, Balsall Heath, Kings Heath, Moseley (St Anne's & St Mary's), Brandwood, Hazelwell, Highters Heath, Wythall, West Heath, Longbridge, Rubery and Rednal.

Contact the charity if you not sure if you live within these boundaries.

How to apply?

The charity does not accept emails, but you can use the online contact form on the Kings Norton United Charities website.

Individuals can apply directly, but the charity prefers a third party, such as a doctor or organisation to apply on behalf of an individual or family. 

Applications are considered three times a year.

Contact details

The Parish Office
81 The Green
Kings Norton
Birmingham
B38 8RU
Telephone: 0121 458 3289
Email: http://www.knuc.org.uk/contact.php
Web: http://www.knuc.org.uk/

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