CAN WPH CHARITABLE TRUST HELP YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONES RECOVER FROM SICKNESS OR INJURY?
Residents in Kineton living with ill health or injury are being urged to apply for financial assistance to help alleviate their pain and discomfort.
The call comes from the WPH Charitable Trust – a Warwickshire-based body of trustees made up of medical and non-medical professionals – which distributes some £250,000 of financial aid across Coventry and Warwickshire every year.
Individuals and organisations who work towards preventing, relieving and curing ill health are also among those urged to apply.
Grants are also given to community and private projects in the area which aim to improve the lives or quality of life of people battling ill health or injury.
Recent grants include £1,500 for a mobility scooter for a 51-year-old mother who would otherwise find it difficult to get out and about, and £2,000 to a 73-year-old pensioner for a stairlift in his own home. Also, £1,500 towards a project teaching people with mental health issues how to cook and eat healthily, and £1,500 towards a recycling social enterprise project which creates volunteering opportunities for people with learning difficulties or disabilities, who may otherwise find it difficult to find employment.
The criteria for eligibility for a wide range of needs, from research into new technologies to the provision of equipment for personal need. The Trust supports new buildings for hospitals and schools helping with provision of special educational facilities, disabled funding, and access improvements.
David Holt is Chairman of the WPH Charitable Trust trustees.
He said: “Whether your application is for an amount large or small, the aim of the WPH Charitable Trust is to offer financial assistance towards projects and equipment which are of benefit to the lives of people.
“If you think you may qualify for assistance, the WPH Charitable Trust actively encourages you to get in touch.”
The Trust was established in 1994 and since then thousands of people across the area have benefited directly or indirectly from Trust funds.
For further information, or to make an application, visit the WPH Charitable Trust website on