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  • Fuel grant for former coal miners worth 200

    Created: 09/05/2022

    CISWO has launched a new £200 grant to support vulnerable former coal miners with the rise in fuel costs in 2022. 

    It has launched the scheme to provide some support towards combatting the hike in the energy price cap. The price rises could see millions of people having to pay around £700 more each year to heat their homes. 

    Who can apply?

    The one-off grant is now available for people on a low income who meet certain eligibility criteria. One grant is available per household. With former miners often suffering from health issues, mobility problems, and managing on low incomes, they may be disproportionately impacted by the price rises.

    How to apply?

    CISWO’s Personal Welfare team will be identifying people in need and supporting them to get the help they are entitled to. As well as the CISWO grant, they will help people to obtain other financial aid and subsidies from the government. The team will also be on hand to offer wider support services to former coal miners and their dependants, through its personal welfare service. 

    For more information about claiming the £200 grant, contact us 
     

    When to apply?

    Apply anytime.




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