Please contact the office for this as the request has to come from our charity. Very simple form to fill in. Applications reviews monthly.
The Fund for Human Need (FHN) is a small Methodist-affiliated charity established to relieve poverty and hunger. Emergency payments are made, irrespective of faith, ethnic origin or social group, to individuals in the UK, most of whom are refugees, asylum seekers or homeless, and to those in other kinds of personal distress.
The Fund makes about 60-100 one-off emergency relief payments each month to individuals, usually to a maximum of £120. Priority is given to those who are destitute or have no income or benefits, to those who are particularly vulnerable, and to those where a small amount of money will make a major difference.
The Jack and Ada Beattie Foundation has launched a new fund called Tons of Help, for individuals in London and Birmingham struggling financially in light of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Tons of Help is a flat rate grant of £100 for individuals to help them with basic needs during lockdown. Find out more.
This Foundation offers no-strings cash grants to individuals for basic and essential needs:
To apply, individuals are asked to email:
Name; geographical location; a document with proof of address; a document with proof of bank account ownership; and a short summary of their circumstances.
No intrusive application form; no repayment needed.
Those who are not successful will be advised by email within two weeks. And those who are successful will receive payment within two weeks.