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Retail Sector Support

The retail sector has been severely affected recently with a number of large retailers being added to the latest potential store closures

Shop assistants in a clothes store

 

Use our Benefits Calculator to find out what benefits you may be entitled to.

Use our Grant Search to see which charitable funds you may eligible to apply to. Please use the Occupation and Health filters to look for funds relating  to other jobs you may have worked in and your health condition.

The Fashion & Textile Children's Trust provides financial grants for children (up to 18 years) whose parent/carer works or has previously worked in the UK fashion and textile industry - for at least one year within the last 9 years.

We also support parents who work, or have worked, in supermarkets that sell a clothing line. They don't have to work directly in the clothing section to be able to apply.

Footwear Friends

Footwear Friends is a charity which provides financial assistance to people who work or have worked in the Shoe Trade (normally for at least five years) but have fallen on hard times. This includes people who have worked in the footwear industry in design, manufacture, distribution, retail or repair.

GroceryAid

GroceryAid helps grocery colleagues who are currently working (for at least two years) or have previously worked (for at least five years) in any part of the grocery industry including retail, wholesale, distribution and manufacturing. This includes the largest factory through the supply chain to the smallest stores.

NewstrAid Benevolent Fund

NewstrAid helps persons, and their immediate dependants, who have been employed in newspaper and magazine distribution in the UK for at least five years and are not currently trading or working. For example, NewstrAid helps shop assistants, newsagents, wholesaler employees and delivery drivers.

Rainy Day Trust

Rainy Day Trust helps past and present employees of the home improvement and enhancement supply industry. This includes people who have worked in the UK as manufacturers, distributors or retailers in builders' merchants, cookshops, Do-It-Yourself (DIY) shops and outlets, hardware stores, garden centres, pottery/glass, manufacturers and distributors.

Advice and Support

Use our Find an Adviser tool to find local experts who can advise you on your particular situation.

Tax

Low Incomes Tax Reform Group has a coronavirus, tax and related benefits information section on its website

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