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Charities and grant-giving trusts rarely give money for things that you could get through, or could be funded by, statutory sources, such as benefits.
Don't apply for a grant from a charity or trust unless you've checked whether you can get something through a statutory source. Before you start, talk to a disability advice service to make sure you've thought about and tried all statutory sources.
If you find that you do need help from a charity or grant-giving trust, make sure you choose the right one. You might be able to get a list from your care manager, social worker, a local advice organisation, such as Citizens Advice or your local DIAL disability information and advice line.
When you have a list of likely funders, you can start making applications. The process can be long and complex.
Read suggestions for making a successful grant application.
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