Disability Grants and Benefits
Some counties and cities in the UK have established Cerebral Palsy societies. These societies are vital in providing local support and offering grants for equipment.
Most societies differ in their grant offerings, but are open to all types of applications. Find your nearest society here:
Cumbria - www.cumbriacerebralpalsy.net
North East Lincolnshire – www.nelcerebralpalsy.org.uk
Hull and District – www.cerebralpalsyhull.org.uk
Bedford and District - www.bdcps.org.uk
Shropshire - www.shropshirecerebralpalsysociety.co.uk
Thurrock - www.tdcps.co.uk
Stockport, East Cheshire, High Peak, Urmston & District - www.stockportcp.co.uk
Liverpool - www.charitycheckout.co.uk/charity/liverpool-cerebral-palsy-society
Birmingham - www.cpmids.org.uk
(If you are a member or part of a cerebral palsy society that is not listed above, please contact our team here.)
There is a huge raft of websites on the 'net' with information about grants and welfare benefits for disabled people.
Some are accurate up to date websites, easily read and worthy resources. However the majority of sites are confusing, have links that don't work and are generally an unpleasant experience for the reader.
Whether you seek grant information as an adult or a child we want to ensure you find what you are looking for.
The links on the right are a 'first port of call' for grant information.
The UK’s largest provider of grants to low-income families raising disabled and seriously ill children and young people.
Supports people in financial need to access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help. A great resource.
Tree of Hope
Tree of Hope offers hope to UK families of sick and disabled children in who need specialist medical surgery and treaatment.
Transforming the lives of disabled children by providing equipment, support and life skills when they need them.
The Disability Grants
Founded by Julia Tyrrell, Disability Grants links to all grants for disabled people.