Friends of the Elderly provides grants to older people living on low incomes

Posted on: December 3, 2021

Who are our grants for?

Friends of the Elderly provides small grants (normally up to £400) to older people who meet all of the following criteria::

  • Resident in England and Wales
  • Of/over state pension age
  • Who are living on low incomes and with little savings
  • Who do not fit the criteria for other funders

How can you apply?

A Referral Agent/Professional must make a grant application on an older person’s behalf, we do not accept applications from individual members of the public.

Referral Agents can register and apply online here: GRANTS APPLICATION LOGIN BUTTON

PLEASE ENSURE YOU READ OUR GUIDANCE NOTES BELOW BOTH BEFORE AND DURING COMPLETING YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION

More information, including who can be a Referral Agent can be found here:

 

Friends of the Elderly offer small grants of up to £400 to people of state pension age on low incomes and with little savings. Information about how professionals can apply for a grant for their clients can be found here:

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