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Potential Funding Options for Families

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Here at Fledglings we understand that no matter how hard we try to keep our prices low, products for families with special needs are expensive. Here we have listed some resources that may be able to help with funding. For all of them they will have their own criteria that you will need to meet. Please read the criteria of each carefully.

Family Fund

Family Fund provides a wide range of grants to families raising a disabled child. There are set criteria, but for those families who are eligible this is one way of getting help. 

Although, adaptive clothing is not listed on their website, you may be able to get funding for items from our website. The application form can be downloaded here.

Please note that when you get to page 7, when you complete the 'Your Grant' section you must specify that you need adaptive clothing, swm or shoes etc. If you do not use the word Adaptive and you are eligble you may get funding for a general clothing shop. Being as specific as you can be in this section including any links will help you get the correct the correct funding. 

Emergency EssentialsThe application for this needs to be submitted by an authorised referrer and it is likely that someone working with the family will either already be one or eligible to become one.

Cash for Kids

Their grant rounds support children from birth up to and including 18 years of age who are vulnerable, come from disadvantaged backgrounds or are living with an illness or disability. 

The value of a grant is typically from £1,000 to £3,000 but they will happily consider applications for larger amounts. Apply here.


Turn2us is a national charity providing practical help to people who are struggling financially. Turn2us has a grant search tool that may help you fund certain products. 

The Sunshine Fund - North East England

The Chronicle Sunshine Fund provides specialised equipment to children with disabilities in the North East of England, individuals, can ask for their support to improve the lives of children with disabilities.

The Chronicle Sunshine Fund was founded in 1928 by King George V, he came to Newcastle to open the Tyne Bridge. To apply click here.

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