The St Pancras Welfare Trust

The St Pancras Welfare Trust helps residents in need who are living in the former Metropolitan Borough of St Pancras. The area of benefit is within Camden and includes densely populated areas, many with high indicators of poverty.

The charity helps people being re-housed by making small grants to buy furniture, white goods, bedding and clothes. We also help young parents and their children, the frail and elderly and those in need of respite.

Small grants of up to £300 are given for essential household goods and items, school uniforms and replacement white goods, such as a cooker, washing machine or fridge.

Last updated on 16 July 2019

Who is eligible?

People in need who live in the old Metropolitan Borough of St Pancras (postal districts NW5 and parts of NW1, N6, N19, NW3 and WC1). There is a map on the website where you can check if you live within the charity's boundaries.

How to apply?

Applications MUST be made by and supported by a Social Worker or a sponsor agency such as a Citizen's Advice Bureau or voluntary organisation. It should be signed by the applicant and returned with a supporting letter. The intermediary can download an application form from the charity's website

Contact details

St Pancras Welfare
PO Box 51764
London
NW1 1EA
Email: spwtrust@gmail.com
Web: http://www.spwt.org.uk

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