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Buttle UK - Small Grants Programme

Buttle UK was established to ensure that children and young people in desperate need are given a brighter future. They achieve this through a range of grant programmes that are designed to provide vulnerable individual children and families the support they need to overcome immediate crisis, or ensure the best possible opportunity for a successful education.

Buttle UK was established to ensure that children and young people in desperate need are given a brighter future. They achieve this through a range of grant programmes that are designed to provide vulnerable individual children and families the support they need to overcome immediate crisis, or ensure the best possible opportunity for a successful education.

Small Grants Programme

Provides essential items for children and young people whose development, health and well-being are at risk. It offers basic items, that we all take for granted but many families in poverty are living without, such as a bed, a cooker, a fridge-freezer or a washing machine.

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School fees Programme

Transforms the lives of vulnerable children (aged 11 and over) by funding places at schools that provide a safe and supportive environment, often for the first time in their lives. Some children, many because of problems at home, do not thrive in mainstream education, and so fail or drop out of school entirely. Buttle UK enables children with medical, emotional or social difficulties to gain a stable and more supportive secondary education.

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Support for Young People

Buttle are reviewing what support their grant giving should offer the 16+ age group. They want to ensure that they are reaching those that need our help, and that the support they offer gives young people the best possible chance of making a successful transition into adulthood.

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Interested?

With the exception of school fees, applications must be completed by a support worker who is part of an organisation that is supporting the family or young person and is capable of assessing their needs. Their organisation should also be able to administer and supervise the grant on our behalf.

Don’t have a support worker?

Buttle UK has to work within specific criteria whilst aiming to provide a flexible grant programme to assist those most in need. Please read their criteria on the website before applying.

For more information and how to apply click here.

Questions?

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