Charities and funds for people in Middle Rasen
This village has two charities which are available to aid eligible applicants. For more information visit the Village Hall page or click below
John Wilkinson Charity ~ Charity no. 527746 & Middle Rasen Poor Lands & Poor Meadows Charity ~ Charity No. 216242
You can also apply to the Parish Council for certain grants: Middle Rasen Grant
Remember, when you visit funding organisations they may also be commercial enterprises and we cannot verify their credentials or make recommendations concerning those purporting to be charities.
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The Lincolnshire Community Foundation, a charitable trust that makes grants to people throughout Lincolnshire including what used to be Humberside. The charity get funding from the Government, businesses, private individuals and other UK based Trusts to support various themes such as children's projects and disability access projects and welcome applications from people in need. One campaign that's making a big difference in many peoples' lives is the ‘Survive Winter' initiative helping those people less fortunate with winter fuel payments etc. For more information on their grant programme and eligibility criteria please visit their website: www.lincolnshirect.co.uk
The Lincolnshire Home Improvement Agency is an award-winning charity dedicated to making sure peoples' homes stay a great place to live enabling them to retain their independence during their golden years. The charity can help with issues such as adapting your home to keep up with your lifestyle or modifying it to suit your changing circumstances. They can even help out with repairs, putting up shelves or help to make your home more secure from unwanted visitors. For more information please visit their website: www.lincshia.org
Groundwork Lincolnshire is a charitable trust dedicated to environmental and economical development, helping people and organisations make changes in order to create better neighbourhoods, building skills and increasing job prospects as well as maintaining a greener way of life. The trust support communities, individuals and businesses throughout Lincolnshire to address environmental, economic and social issues by creating projects and services that benefit both people and the environment. If you would like further information on what Groundwork Lincolnshire may be able to offer your community, please visit their website: www.eastmidlands.groundwork.org.uk/lincolnshire/who-we-are.aspx
The HELP partnership is made up from representatives from all of Lincolnshire's district councils and the county council. Together they are working together to reduce fuel poverty and the causes of fuel poverty in the county. They are also tasked with developing and bringing to market sustainable ways for homes across Lincolnshire to heat their homes. An Affordable Warmth Strategy has been agreed and signed by all the partner authorities outlining the scope of activity required until 2016. Expert advice from the Energy Saving Trust, NHS, NEA and other third sector partners are sought at all stages of the process.
The HELP Scheme is a discounted insulation scheme available to all householders in Lincolnshire. A well insulated house stays cool in the summer as well as warm in the winter. So, whatever the time of year, it is worth installing cavity wall insulation and topping up your loft insulation to the recommended 10.5 inches or 270mm. This is perfect preparation to save money on your winter fuel bills, especially in this era of increasing fuel costs.
If you are aged 70 or over, or in receipt of a qualifying benefit you may be eligible for FREE insulation. All other residents can have cavity wall insulation installed from £49 and loft insulation from £79 – massively discounted from the current market rates. Private tenants are also eligible with agreement from your landlord. Call the Energy Saving Trust on 0800 512 012 to arrange your free no obligation survey. http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/
Acis Group, which owns & manages homes across the county, is inviting organisations to apply for a small grant. The type of bids eligible include support for community resources & support for people experiencing social exclusion. Go to www.acisgroup.co.uk or call Rachel Cook on 01427 675753