Dundee Womans Aid

Project Summary:

Dundee Women’s Aid are seeking funding for a Crisis Funding project to help clients and their children who have had to leave their home due to domestic abuse and are at risk of fuel poverty. The projects funds will be used to provide the families with funds to cover the initial energy bills and to purchase energy efficiency electrical goods when they secure their own tenancy. The project is expected to last 18 months.

Expected Number of Individuals: 150

Expected Number of Households: 75

Trustees Meeting: December 2008

Funding Amount Approved: £5250

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