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Hawarden & District Relief in Need Fund

Communities, Health | Clwyd

 

Aims

To support and assist individuals, via reputable third sector organisations/charities.

 

The Hawarden & District Relief in Need Charity will provide support to the following themes:


Who can apply

 

Please note: The ancient parish of Hawarden consists of the following modern wards - Aston, Broughton East, Broughton West, Buckley Pentrobin, Ewloe, Hawarden, Mancot, Saltney Mold Junction, Saltney Stonebridge, Sealand, Shotton East, Shotton Higher, Shotton West.
 

Grants available


Please note:

 

How to apply

 

Organisations will need to register with the Foundation by completing the 'Word' Application form below and e-mailing it to Grants@cfiw.org.uk before applying for grants for individuals. 

 

Support Workers can then submit an online application form on individuals behalf.

 

Please Click Here to submit an online application form on an individuals behalf.

 

The fund is responsive to often very urgent needs, and therefore has a rolling deadline of the last day of each month.  We aim to ensure that a decision is communicated within 4 weeks of submitting an application. Grants for individuals should supported by a referring organisation such as DASU, Shelter or Flintshire Care & Repair, both to ensure authenticity and to support the individual to spend the grant well.