We are proud to provide grants to individuals, families and organisations in the Fulham area.
AREA OF GIVING >
We supply essential items to Fulham residents on low incomes who may be referred by local welfare agencies or who may apply direct
We give grants for running costs, or for projects, to organisations who are helping local people in need
We support summer schemes for children who would not otherwise have a break during the summer holidays
Please click on the map to the right, to check if you fall withing our area of giving >
Fulham Benefit Area Map by teddyedward.co.uk
HOW TO APPLY FOR A GRANT >
1. Check area of benefit
Check that the help you intend to request will relate only to individuals or families that live within our area of benefit by clicking the map above.
If your request does not relate to this area, it will not be accepted.
However, if you are hoping for assistance for an organisation which works across boundaries we may be able to meet a proportion of the request, depending on the proportion of your client group that live within qualifying postcodes.
2. Check criteria is met
We may give grants for the following:
1. Relief for individuals in severe need (meaning where extreme hardship is being endured)
2. Support for locally focused organisations for projects addressing poverty issues/relief in need.
3. Summer schemes for local children (particularly those under the age of 11)
3. Complete application
If you feel you may be in a position to apply, click the relevant box below to read more information, access the right form, and have the best chance of submitting a successful application.
In any case, you MUST submit an application with the contact details of the person who filled in the form as well as the contact details of the person or organisation who will receive the grant, if it is awarded.
4. Send Application
After we have checked your submitted application, we will be in touch.
We will collect the information we need to decide whether the request can go forward to a Committee Meeting of trustees. If it does, it will be submitted to a further meeting of trustees, at which a decision will be made.
You will be informed of a decision as soon as is reasonable, and usually within 14 days.
Committee Dates are listed below.
APPLICATION INFORMATION & FORMS >
Relief in Need
Our Relief in Need grants (when agreed) are given to people on low incomes (or on state benefits) for essential items of daily living including kitchen appliances, beds, furniture and clothing (including school uniform).
If you are a voluntary organisation or community group providing services and activities for Fulham people on low incomes, you can apply for project funding either for a one-off grant or for a grant towards running costs.