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What Relief in sickness means: Help with money

In partnership with the Deeping Men's Group the United Charities provides funds for mobility and other aids for the disabled, such as wheelchairs, powered and unpowered, beds, hoists.

Requests for help can be made through the office at the above address which is on the first floor. You can also contact us by telephone or email,and individual trustees are always happy to be approached directly to discuss parishioners' needs in confidence. For contact details of the Trustees please select the “More About Us” button and choose “The Trustees”

Requests for help

What Relief in Need means: Help with money:

Money is not the solution to all of life's problems, but there are often times when shortage of money can be a real problem in itself. When circumstances conspire to make life difficult, the United Charities may be able to help. It is difficult to describe all the times when such help may be needed, but some are listed below. If you think we may be able to help, do ring our Clerk or one of the Trustees. There are no fixed income limits for applications.

All requests are treated on an individual and confidential basis.

Example Needs: