Small grants making a big difference
Life-enhancing support to people in need

Life-enhancing support to people in need

Grant services for organisations

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Life-enhancing support to people in need

Life-enhancing support to people in need

Grant services for organisations

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Life-enhancing support to people in need

Life-enhancing support to people in need

Grant services for organisations

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ABOUT GLASSPOOL

Our vision is of a society where people in need receive sufficient support to over-come hardship.

We are one of the few national charities making grants to individuals which has no restrictions on the type of beneficiary we can support.

We provide timely, small, one-off grants to individuals and families in need of financial support for everyday items to help them set up or remain in their home; improve their well-being and in some cases we provide grants to support training to enable applicants to take up an offer of employment.

We invite applications from referral agencies on behalf of individuals as we believe that by working with others we can provide greater support.

News and Updates

Change to Co-op contact arrangements

From 1st December 2018, Co-op will no longer be able to call clients to arrange delivery, installation and removal. Instead the client will receive a letter from the company and they will need to call Co-op on 0800 781 1513 and give their name and postcode to make the necessary arrangements. If you have any questions about this change please call us on 0203 141 3161 Mon to Fri (9:30 to 12:30) or email grants@glasspool.org.uk and a member of the team will be able to help you.

Frontline Network - Survey

The Frontline Network of the St Martins-in-the-Fields Charity want to know what you think about the work you do, the challenges you face and the great work that you do to overcome some of these challenges.

You can help the Frontline Network amplify the voice of frontline workers and develop resources guided by you by following this link and completing their survey https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/PN6FXMC

Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete it – the Frontline Network is only as strong as the frontline workers that make it, so the more people that take part, the stronger the network becomes.

Saxon House (2nd Floor)

182 Hoe Street Walthamstow London E174QH


Registered Charity Number 214648. Founder: the late Mr. R L Glasspool