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CAP is a charity that gives free help to anyone in debt. CAP run money courses to teach people budgeting skills, job clubs to give practical help when seeking employment, and provide help to break free from "life-controlling habits".
You could get money towards renewable heating costs in your home, e.g. biomass boilers, solar water heating and certain heat pumps.
Energy Saving Trust Foundation leads the way in transforming how people think about energy and developing new research to identify opportunities for energy efficiency interventions across communities. Energy Saving Trust helps people to save energy every day.
Energy guides include how to switch suppliers, cold weather payments, energy saving white goods and lots more, including Fuel Poverty. Fuel Poverty is defined as a situation where someone on a relatively low income lives in accommodation that cannot be kept warm at a reasonable…
Find out more about the factors that contribute to fuel poverty and the help that might be available to you from the Turn2us charity website. Includes a definition of fuel poverty, ways to save and grants and benefits.
The Wimbledon Guild Small Grants Programme helps those in financial hardship to buy items they desperately need but cannot afford. Cash grants and financial assistance for eligible Merton residents are available to help with items such as food, warm clothing, utility bills, essential furniture, school…