Emergency financial support

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Benevolent Funds

Industry benevolent funds

Benevolent funds – grants – can offer financial help without repayment. You may be eligible if you or a family member has ever worked in one of the industries covered.

The National Benevolent Society

Financial support for those living in poverty

An emergency payment for those living in poverty to help people buy essential things that will make a positive contribution to their day- to-day wellbeing including white goods and utility bills.

Smallwood Trust

Financial support for women on low incomes

Offers grants and support for women on low incomes who have specific needs and are struggling to make ends meet or trying to overcome financial problems.

Scottish Government

Scottish welfare fund

The Scottish Welfare Fund helps families and people in Scotland who are on low incomes by providing grants (money you might not need to repay).


See what charitable funds might be able to help you

Turn2us is a national charity providing financial support to help people get back on track. Use the Grant Search to find out what charitable funds you may be eligible for.

Support listings

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