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Hawarden & District Relief in Need Fund

Communities, Health | Clwyd

 

Aims

The Hawarden & District Relief in Need Charity will provide support to the following themes:


Who can apply

 

Please note: The ancient parish of Hawarden consists of the following modern wards - Aston, Broughton East, Broughton West, Buckley Pentrobin, Ewloe, Hawarden, Mancot, Saltney Mold Junction, Saltney Stonebridge, Sealand, Shotton East, Shotton Higher, Shotton West.
 

Grants available


Please note:

 

How to apply

Please note, there are different application forms for individuals and for groups.

 

The fund is responsive to often very urgent needs, and therefore has a rolling deadline of the last day of each month.  We aim to ensure that a decision is communicated within 4 weeks of submitting an application. Grants for individuals should supported by a referring organisation such as DASU, Shelter or Flintshire Care & Repair, both to ensure authenticity and to support the individual to spend the grant well.