The CLIC Sargent Charity are applying for funds to extend their crisis fund grants to young people aged 22-24 and their families in their early twenties suffering from Cancer. Grants of £200 will be provided to the young people to help them avoid falling into Fuel Poverty due to the additional costs associated with caring for someone with Cancer and loss of income. The project will also carry out benefit health checks to ensure the family income is maximised.
Expected Number of Individuals: 1600
Expected Number of Households: 400
Trustees Meeting: September 2007
Funding Amount Approved: £82555
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