Carers Small Grants Scheme
Carers Grants provide financial support to individual carers of all ages via its four different grant funds. The service is funded by the Health Board and run by The Care Collective.
As an unpaid carer you can apply under one of the following four categories:
Up to £300 towards items such as fridges, freezers, washing machines.
Up to £500 - There are two options for time out, Time out at home and Time out away.
Time out at home can be used to apply for grants for items such as - garden furniture allowing Carers to utilise their gardens for respite, picnic hampers, trampolines,12 month Netflix subscription, 12 month Audible subscription, artist supplies, online exercise classes etc. Whatever the gives the Carer ‘me time’ at home.
Time out away is supplied via e-gift vouchers that can be purchased online only. Time out away could include items such as experience days, national trust membership, merlin passes, RSPB membership, hotel stays and spa days where gift vouchers can be purchased online by CTSEW for the carer to book themselves.
Up to £500 towards the cost of driving lessons or other forms of transport that would benefit them in their caring role.
Up to £500 - Carers can apply for grants of up to £500 to enable them to learn new skills that will assist them in their caring role, help them to return to work or enable them to have a new interest outside their caring role.
You can find out more and apply for a carers grant on the Care Collective website.
Carer Support Fund South East Wales
Due to the unprecedented demand, we have reluctantly decided to put a temporary hold on receiving new grant applications.
It is important to us that we do not give any false hope or expectation and need to inform you that in order for this grant scheme to be successful we will need to re-evaluate.
All grant applications that have been received to date will still be considered and you will be informed with an outcome. We would appreciate your patience in this matter.
Last Modified: 14/12/2022
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