Taking into account the recent COVID-19 outbreak, we are channelling our resources to continue to try and help women in specific need of financial assistance suffering from ill health, with the priority on respiratory conditions. As ever, all applications to Margaret's Fund must be done through a caring professional. Apply here for help for women in your care.

grant for clothes

A TB Health and Social Care Advocacy worker from South London received a grant of £1800 to purchase more nourishing food and clothes for a woman in ill health.

grant for building repairs

A Guidance Officer in Bromley was granted £300 to repair the flooring of a woman in ill health.

grant for fridge, grant for cooker

A Support Officer working in the London area was awarded a grant of £727 to purchase household goods, a fridge and a cooker for a woman in ill health.

£ 300 grant for a washing machine

A Support Officer in the Enfield area was awarded a grant of £300 to replace a washing machine for a woman of ill health.

grant for adapted computer

A Fundraiser from Manchester was awarded £694 to buy adapted computer equipment for a woman with special needs.

grant for fridge, grant for washing machine

A Support Worker in Hardwicke was granted £500 to purchase a new fridge and a washing machine for a woman in ill health.

grant for food

A TB Health and Social Care Advocacy Worker in the London area was awarded £400 for a woman in his care in order to cover basic living costs and purchase more nutritious food.

£250 grant for gas cooker

An Advice Worker was awarded £250 for a woman in ill health who came to her for help to buy a gas cooker.

grant for a Walking Frame

A Charity Fundraising Officer working in Chesterfield was awarded £400 to pay for a walking frame mobility aid and a special seat for a partially sighted woman in her care.

Grants for recliner chair

A Social Care Advocacy Worker in London received £500 to purchase a recliner chair for a woman suffering from end stage lung disease.

grant for a sewing machine

A Small Grants Volunteer in Wales was granted £350 for a sewing machine and other essential items for a woman suffering from asthma.