How We Can Help

ABOUT CHARLIE’S GIFT GRANTS

We are a grant-making charity that supports children in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. The children we help face challenges in life because of special and additional needs, disability, bereavement and poverty. To help you decide whether the child/children in your care are eligible for a grant from us, we have included some details about our grant-making process. 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR A GRANT

Children up to the age of 18 years, whose main address is in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire or Buckinghamshire at the time of application and approval.

WHAT YOU CAN APPLY FOR

We consider requests for grants, which will be of clear and direct benefit to the child/children for whom the grant is intended to support. Examples may include funding for a specialised piece of equipment (medical, educational or recreational), help with medical treatment costs, residential trips/days out/family holidays (where the grant will pay towards all or some of the child’s costs only).

WHO CAN APPLY FOR A GRANT

Individuals

Applications for grants of money can be made on behalf of individual children by a parent or guardian, or by a Health, Educational, Social or Welfare professional. Applicants should have direct contact, or be working with the child on a regular basis.

Organisations/Charities

Organisations/Charities can also apply for a grant from Charlie’s Gift. Such organisations should be working with children up to the age of 18 years and be operating out of Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire or Buckinghamshire.

The applicant should either be a Trustee or a person in a position of Leadership within your Charity or Organisation.

HOW DO I GO ABOUT APPLYING FOR A GRANT?

Having read all of the above guidance and you now think that the child/children in your care are eligible for a grant from us, please visit GRANT APPLICATIONS

Write to us:

The Grant Applications Manager
Charlie’s Gift
39 Collett Road
Hemel Hempstead
Herts
HP1 1HY

Email: info@charliesgift.co.uk

Phone: 01442 213638