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Turn2us Useful Tools

Turn2us is a national charity that helps people in financial hardship to gain access to welfare benefts, charitable grantsand support services.

Working to help you directly

Explore their website to use a number of easy-to-use tools and visit their information pages. They’re designed so you can quickly work out where you might get help.

  • Use the Turn2us Benefits Calculator to find out what welfare benefits, tax credits and other support you may be entitled to based on your situation 

  • Use the Turn2Us Grant Search to find out if you may be eligible for financial help or support from a charitable fund. They have over 3,000 of these funds listed on their database and the tool will make it easy to find the right one for you

  • Make it personal to you by registering for a ‘My Turn2us’ account which allows you to make confidential enquiries and applications directly to grant–giving charities.

Turn2us helpline

Not everyone has access to the internet so support is also available through the Turn2us free Turn2us helpline on 0808 802 2000 9 am - 8 pm, Monday – Friday. Their team can help you access all the support found on our website. Calls are free from landlines and major mobile network providers. Please check with your provider before calling. We are a member of The Helplines Partnership.

Last Modified: 06/04/2018

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