Community Matters Fund - Fuel Poverty Plus

UPDATE: We are very sorry but due to the volume of applications that we received for the fund, we are experiencing a slight delay in being able to issue grant offer letters to successful applicants. If you have not received a grant offer letter by Friday, 18th November, please assume your application was unsuccessful.

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This winter, National Grid Electricity Distribution has teamed up with Localgiving to deliver a record £2.5million of funding to charitable organisations tackling fuel poverty in their communities. With the increase in fuel costs and the cost of living, many families will find paying their bills a struggle at this time of year. 

National Grid Electricity Distribution (NGED) is the regional electricity distribution division of National Grid. Formerly known as Western Power Distribution, the UK’s largest electricity distribution network serves nearly 8 million customers in the East and West Midlands, South West and South Wales, delivering essential power to millions of homes and businesses across its regions.