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  • Corra Foundation - The Household Hardship Fund

    Created: 22/11/2022
    News/Events Category: Funding and Finance


    The Household Hardship Fund is provided by the National Lottery Community Fund and administered by Corra Foundation. The purpose of the Fund is to provide small grants to charities and community groups across Scotland that can pass the funding on to families and individuals on low incomes. This funding is to be used to provide cash payments/vouchers to families and individuals in need of extra support.

    Examples of what cash payments or vouchers could cover:

    • food/essential items
    • fuel costs
    • phone/internet costs
    • warm clothing
    • other essentials that you can show are needed by the people you support

    All funds must be passed on to families and individuals by 30 June 2023.

    Who can apply

    The Fund aims to reach groups who:

    • Have strong local relationships with people in the community.
    • Are already supporting people in their communities on low incomes.
    • Have an annual income of less than £100,000, not including any COVID emergency grants your organisation received.

    How to apply

    Complete the online application form on the Corra Foundation website.

    When to apply

    The fund will close when enough applications have been received to fully use the money available. Funders advise applying as soon as possible.

     




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