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    Support where it is needed

    Our dedicated caseworkers and volunteers ensure that we provide the right level of support to those who rely on the Charity. This face to face approach allows us to make a real impact at a time when we… Read More

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    Making a difference

    Since 1897 the Charity has provided a lifeline to those who are in financial difficulty, but we can only do this with the assistance of those who help us raise vital funds. It is this commitment for making a difference… Read More

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    Now, more than ever

    Elizabeth Finn Care is a nationwide charity fighting to make a difference to those living in poverty in the UK. We do this by providing emotional, practical and financial support to individuals and families, so that we can… Read More

Who we are

Elizabeth Finn Care is a national charity fighting to make a difference to those living in poverty in the UK. We do this by providing emotional, practical and financial support to individuals and families, making a real difference to people’s lives.

In the last year alone we gave over £4 million to individuals and families who were living in financial hardship, with an average grant of £1000. As well as providing grants we can also contribute towards other costs to help improve someone’s quality of life, such as replacing an old boiler or giving an individual more independence by providing mobility equipment. Our support is tailored to ensure that nobody should feel alone.

We also provide information and resources on how to navigate the often complicated system of welfare benefits and tax credits through our free service Turn2us. In the last year alone we estimate that Turn2us has provided access to over £148 million in welfare benefits and tax credits to those who have turned to us for support.

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Alex’s Story

As a child, my dream was to be a writer. I was very lucky to have been brought up in an academic household where books were cherished, and in which I was encouraged to read a lot and… Read More

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Claire’s Story

I worked as a bar and restaurant manager and lived happily with my husband and three children. All of my family were fit and healthy until my husband, who ran his own martial arts centre, collapsed and we… Read More

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Marie’s Story

At first I was diagnosed with extensive arthritis and had to use elbow crutches to get around. For a long time doctors were unable to work out that I also had fibromyalgia so I wasn’t receiving the help… Read More

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