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The Vicar’s relief fund – St Martin in the field

The Vicar's relief fund - St Martin in the field

St Martin-In-The-Fields Charity exists so that everyone has a place to call home. With the Vicar’s Relief Fund, you provide emergency financial support so that people in vulnerable situations can find – and keep – a safe place to live.  

 

Designed to prevent someone from losing their homes or to help them find a new one, these grants can transform a person’s circumstances within a matter of days. Because the inability to pay a small debt or rental deposit shouldn’t prevent someone from having a safe place to live. 
 
That’s why VRF grants are issued quickly and efficiently via experienced support workers. Grants for preventing eviction are awarded up to a value of £350, and those for accessing accommodation are awarded up to £500. This is done via experienced support workers who work closely with those experiencing homelessness. 

We aim to provide the emergency financial help that’s needed to secure somewhere to live. These small grants alleviate worry and stress and can transform a person’s circumstances within a matter of days. 

 

Who is this aimed at?

We only accept applications from Frontline Workers employed by agencies.

For those struggling to maintain a tenancy or secure a new one, please look up your local agencies/ charities or organisations that assist with housing on Wirral. They will then be able to enquire about eligibility on your behalf. The Vicars fund - does not accept applications from individuals.

 

How to get involved

We only accept applications from Frontline Workers employed by agencies.

For details on how to apply for the funding on behalf of someone you are working with  (In a frontline worker capacity) please see our Vicar’s Relief Fund (VRF) grant application website for details on the application and eligibility. Please note - Applications can not be processed by members of the public. Please call one of the community organisations in your local area who can enquire on your behalf.

 

Are you a support worker, looking to apply for a grant on behalf of one of the people you support? 

Visit the VRF application page on St Martin in the field website.

The VRF is open for application submissions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 9am to 12 noon, excluding Bank Holidays.

Frontline workers can apply on behalf of their clients for grants to help prevent eviction (of up to £350) or access accommodation (of up to £500).

 

Contact details (For support workers)

Phone: 020 3795 5745 for voice mail only

Email: info@stmartinscharity.org

 

 

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