Most are for essential living costs such as food, travel, and gas and electricity. Our maximum grant is usually £30.
We focus on those situations where a little means a lot, and prioritise people in the most difficult circumstances – such as those sleeping rough with no income, or with no recourse to public funds.
We aim to be the funder of last resort. That means you must apply for a crisis grant before we can consider an application from you. Crisis grants are quick, easy to apply for, do not have to be repaid, and usually offer a lot more than we can.
Please note, applications must be made by a professional such as a support worker, housing officer, benefit adviser, or health visitor. If you personally need support, see our leaflet for details of people who can help you.
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The applicant lives in Edinburgh;
The applicant has applied for, and been refused, a crisis grant;
The applicant has income of less than £100 per week;
A grant of up to £30 will make a big difference.