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(06-08-2010, 01:06 AM)MumOfMalakai Wrote: Hi All Disappear
Just wondering if there are any alternatives to the family fund?
I've had a little look around on the web the last couple of days but don't seem to be able to find much out for some reason? Huh

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Hi Daniel, we would like a holiday, Lucie keeps asking to go to the isle of wight! Would be lovely to take her x
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You should try searching on google - grants for individuals with disabilities. There are lots of Search engine specifically used to find grants.

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Lots of Citizen Advice Bureau's have lists of local charities which you should be able to access
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(06-08-2010, 01:06 AM)MumOfMalakai Wrote: Hi All Disappear
Just wondering if there are any alternatives to the family fund?
I've had a little look around on the web the last couple of days but don't seem to be able to find much out for some reason? Huh
hi there is this
http://www.buttletrust.org/grant_aid/applying_for_a_child_support_grant/
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