Friends of the Elderly

Small grants are available for older people living on low incomes. They can only be accessed via a third-party “Referral Agent” (such as a local charity or community organisation). The person must also have no more than £4k in savings and must not have served in the UK Armed Forces.

Grants can be put towards:

  • home essentials
  • digital connection
  • financial support
  • essential living costs.

Up to £500. Individuals via third party. No deadline.

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