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Services for children and young people in Northamptonshire (aged 0-25) with special educational needs and disabilities.

Edf Energy Trust

Type of service:
Finance And Funding
Address:
EDF Energy Trust, Freepost RLXG - RBYJ USXE, Peterborough, PE3 8XH
Service description:
Are you eligible for help from any other Trust?
By signing an application form to any Trust/Fund administered by Charis you give your consent to be considered for funding from any other Trust/Fund identified and administered by Charis – see details below. The Trusts operate within a ‘shared programme’ with a common application form and assessment process. All relevant information needs to be provided to allow for assessment under each Trust, as detailed in the application forms.

The aims of the following Trusts, which are registered charities, are to relieve poverty, suffering and distress, particularly among those who are unable to pay charges for the supply of domestic energy/water services provided to premises used or occupied by them.

The Trusts provide grants to clear domestic utility debts and other priority household debts and also to purchase essential household items.

Only the account holder can apply for a grant.

.EDF ENERGY TRUST

The Trust can help people by giving grants to:

Clear domestic energy debts owed to EDF Energy.
Clear other essential household debts, including water/sewerage debts or purchase essential household items – such awards are called Further Assistance Payments (FAPs) and an exceptional need must be shown to qualify.
Who can apply to the Trust?

Current domestic account holders of EDF Energy only.
BRITISH/SCOTTISH GAS ENERGY TRUST

The Trust can help people by giving grants to:

Clear domestic energy debts.
Clear other essential household debts, including energy debts, or purchase essential household items – such awards are called Further Assistance Payments (FAPs) and an exceptional need must be shown to qualify.
Who can apply to the Trust?

Anyone living within England, Scotland and Wales in need, hardship or other distress. Only the account holder can apply.
AFFINITY WATER TRUST

The Trust can help people by giving grants to:

Clear domestic water debts owed to Affinity Water.
Clear other essential household debts, including energy debts, or purchase essential household items – such awards are called Further Assistance Payments (FAPs) and an exceptional need must be shown to qualify.
Who can apply to the Trust?

Current domestic account holders of Affinity Water only.
APPYLING TO THE TRUSTS:
The quickest and easiest way is via the trusts’ online application forms available from the websites:

www.britishgasenergytrust.org.uk
www.edfenergytrust.org.uk
www.affinitywatertrust.org.uk
Alternatively applications can be downloaded and printed from these same websites.

Or application forms can be requested via the telephone request line 01733 421060.
Or by emailing: admin@charisgrants.com

Or by writing to:

FREEPOST RRZJ-XBSY-GYRG
British Gas Energy Trust
PO Box 42, Peterborough, PE3 8XH – no stamp required

FREEPOST RLXG-RBYJ-USXE
EDF Energy Trust
PO Box 42, Peterborough, PE3 8XH – no stamp required

FREEPOST RSHH-JKZA-HAUY
Affinity Water Trust
PO Box 42, Peterborough, PE3 8XH – no stamp required


Cost:
Free
Age range:
18 years - 99 years
Languages:
English
Eligibility criteria:
  • Low Income
Referral route:
  • Self Referral
Last updated on:
24/04/2017

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