If you are having difficulties dealing with debt problems, you should seek specialist advice. Before seeing an advisor about money issues, it is useful to make a complete list of your debts and work out your income and expenditure. Please select a category from the menu underneath, and view our carefully selected links.
The Trust can help people by giving grants to clear domestic energy debts owed to EDF Energy. Clear gas and electricity debts to other suppliers or purchase energy efficient white goods – such awards are called Further Assistance Payments (FAPs) and an exceptional need must be shown to qualify. Current domestic account holders of EDF Energy only.
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The E.ON Energy Fund receives donations from E.ON. The Fund can help people by giving grants to clear domestic energy debt and purchase energy efficient white goods and boilers. You do not need to be a current customer of E.ON to apply however you must meet their qualifying criteria. Visit the website below for details.
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Anglian Water Assistance Fund Receives donations from Anglian Water and offers financial assistance to clear water and sewerage debt for customers of Anglian Water and Hartlepool Water.
Receives donations from npower and offers financial assistance to current domestic customers of npower struggling to pay their energy bills.
Receiving donations from Thames Water offering financial assistance to Thames Water customers in hardship to pay their outstanding water and sewerage bills.
An independent Charitable Trust receiving donations from Severn Trent Water offering financial assistance to those in hardship to pay their water and sewerage bills.
Receives donations from South East Water & offers financial assistance to clear water and sewerage debt for customers of South East Water.
An independent Charitable Trust receiving donations from United Utilities offering financial assistance to those in hardship to pay their water and sewerage bills.
The easiest way for an individual to apply is via the Trust’s online application form
Find your nearest Local Advisor who can help and advise you on completing an application.Click here