Household Support Fund
£1.5 billion has been made available to support the most vulnerable to cover their essential daily costs, like energy bills. Recipients include pensioners and families with children.
A benefits check will tell you if there is more money help with your everyday living and housing costs. Always seek help from a specialist adviser if you are applying for a carer or disability / health related benefit.
Practical information to help you manage your electricity and gas bills.
Help for Households
Cost of Living Support from the UK government website.
Holiday Voucher Scheme
Cambridgeshire County Council’s joint administration agreed on 8 February to earmark £3.6m of one-off funds to extend the scheme in Cambridgeshire for a further year as part of the pandemic recovery.
Local information from Making Money Count.
Local Warm Spaces
A list of free, welcoming and warm spaces open to the public for those struggling with energy bills.
A list of food banks and local emergency food providers.
Christians Against Poverty offers free help getting out of debt, budgeting and making your money go further.
Turn2us helps people in financial need gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help.