Grants & Funding National Cost of Living Support Guide Social Welfare Training has produced a quick outline guide of the main points for the various schemes of government support in response to the cost of living crisis. Click here to download. Turn 2 Us Use their tool to find grants available to you. Click here to visit website. Grants Expert The GrantsExpert website provides articles about UK grants and funding schemes, to help you find the financial support required. Click here to visit website. GOV.UK The government offers Disabled Facilities Grants to help towards the costs of making changes to your home so you can continue to live there. For more information please click here. Disability Grants The Disability Grant website allows you to find the right grant for you. Click here to visit website. Autism Aware UK This charity provides families with online support whilst working to increase the awareness surrounding autistic spectrum disorder (ASD). They raises funds which are then used to purchase specialist equipment, which is then donated to schools/groups that educate/support people with autism. Click here to visit website. Sunny Days Children's Fund This charity make small grants to help as many children and their families as possible, whether it be for day trips, medical equipment, respite or hospital travel. Click here to visit website. Caudwell Children If your child has a disability, you could be granted funding from the Caudwell Charity to obtain specialist equipment for your child. Click here to visit website. Children Today Children Today's Charitable Trust provides vital, specialist equipment to families in need. Click here to visit website. Family Fund Helps families across the UK who are raising a disabled or seriously ill child or young person aged 17 and under. Click here to visit website. Action For Kids Provides specialist mobility equipment not available on the NHS to disabled children and young people up to their 25th birthday, across the UK. Click here to visit website. Motability This service enables disabled people to get mobile by exchanging their mobility allowance to lease a new car, scooter or powered wheelchair. Click here to visit website. CHIPS Charity Provides wheelchairs for children who would otherwise have no way of getting around on their own. CHIPS funds the wheelchairs that the NHS cannot or will not provide and that the parents cannot afford to buy. Click here to visit website. Independence At Home Independence At Home helps those with long-term illness or disability in need of financial help towards cost of equipment, home adaptations or other essential items to improve your independence, comfort, safety and quality of life at home. Click here to visit website. Mobility Trust Provides powered wheelchairs and scooters for people who have severe disabilities and who cannot obtain such equipment through other means. Click here to visit website. Newlife Provides funding for essential community equipment, such as beds, buggies, wheelchairs, seating systems, and much more. Click here to visit website. Variety Part-and-fully fund wheelchairs and specialist equipment for children and young people aged 18 and under who have a recognised disability or long-term health condition. From diabetes monitors to specialist car seats and powered wheelchairs to sensory equipment. Click here to visit website. Whizz Kidz Whizz Kidz offer wheelchairs and mobility equipment to children and young people across the UK. Click here to visit website. Able Kidz Provision of specialist equipment, computers and software to the children or school and also assist in funding extra tuition needs of a child. Click here to visit website. Boparan Charitable Trust This trust provides financial grants for specialist equipment and therapies. Click here to visit website. Cash for Kids Supports children from birth up to and including 18 years of age who are vulnerable, come from disadvantaged backgrounds or are living with an illness or disability. Click here to visit website. Percy Bilton Charity This charity offers grants for day to day living and special equipment for those with disabilities and on a low income. Click here to visit website. EDF Energy Grant The Customer Support Fund awards grants to some of our most vulnerable customer households. The Fund also offers grants to buy essential energy efficient white goods such as cookers, refrigerators, or washing machines. Click here to visit website. Essex Colchester Children's Charity Financial help for children with special needs and disabilities in the Colchester and Tendring areas (CO postal address). Grants can be awarded to buy equipment or fund sensory assessments, counselling or respite breaks for example. Click here for contact details. Colchester Catalyst Grant making trust that offers financial assistance on short-term breaks, healthcare communication aids, specialist medical or mobility equipment, short-term loan of disability equipment, and counselling sessions with their counselling partners. Click here to visit website. Essex Gov Emergency Food & Housing Offers advice on emergency food and clothing, as well as emergency funds and crisis loans. Click here to visit website.