Grants – Ataxia

Ataxia UK Grants

Please note - Due to current staff resources we are unfortunately unable to process applications until January 2021 - this excludes the Mark Dower Trust grant

Grants for people with ataxia

There are a number of trusts, foundations and wonderful individuals out there who offer financial assistance towards a range of things which can benefit those living with ataxia. Including the purchasing of a range of items and services, from aids and adaptations made to the home all the way through to skills-building and training.

If you are thinking of applying to one of these bodies for a grant, then we can help! We’ve got lots of experience helping people apply, giving you the best chance possible of submitting a successful application.

You can read more about each grant below and if you have any questions about applying for a grant, you can email us at helpline@ataxia.org.uk or give us a call on 020 7582 1444, asking for Sheila. Sheila has helped lots of people successfully apply, and would love to hear from you.

Barchesters Charitable Foundation Logo

Barchester's Charitable Foundation

As a grant giving charity, the Foundation provides grants to improve independence, mobility and quality of life, seeking to make a big difference to the lives of older and disabled people.

Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale Aid in Sickness Trust

Equipment to make your life easier...

Mark Dower Trust

Mark Dower
Trust

A grant for 16-30's with ataxia seeking financial aid for education/employment, skills-building and hobbies.

The Headley Trust

Headley
Trust

Need help to purchase equipment in your home?...

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