This website details where Kids can eat free during School holidays.
Get help to buy food and milk
If you’re more than 10 weeks pregnant or have a child under 4, you may be entitled to get help to buy healthy food and milk.
Help with making decisions
Money Saving Expert is a website run by Martin Lewis. The website Money Saving Expert offers lots of handy tips and money savings ideas. He also advises on what different tariffs may mean for you.
The website has a calculator to give you a rough idea of how much you'll pay from October for your Gas and Electricity, this calculator currently only works if you pay by direct debit.
There is also a calculator that will help you decide whether to take on a fixed deal tariff if you have been offered one.
Cost of Living information
Scope charity are offering in-depth support to people with disabilities regarding the cost of living crisis.
There is some information on comparison price tools you can use to make sure you are getting the best deals available to you and how to save money online.
Hub of Hope
This website helps you find support that's right for you.
Suppliers provide Community Grocery with redistributed surplus food, including fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as packaged and canned goods. Members can come and shop for their whole family at the grocery giving them access to food for less and helping us all reduce food waste.
Check the location map to see if this is available in your area, a small membership fee applies.
You can use the recommended tool called The TURN2US benefits calculator to check you are claiming all you can.
Priority Services Register
We’re encouraging parents of children with disabilities or who rely on medical equipment to sign up for the Priority Services Register ahead of possible power cuts this winter.
Contact your energy supplier directly to join their register. You will get priority support in an emergency — some may arrange heating and cooking facilities too.
£150 Disability Cost of Living Payments
As of 20 September around six million disabled people in the UK will start to receive their one-off £150 Disability Cost of Living payment.
Those who had confirmed payment of their disability benefit for 25 May will receive the £150 automatically, with the vast majority to be paid by early October.
The payment will help disabled people with the rising cost of living, acknowledging the higher disability-related costs they often face, such as for care and mobility needs.
Data Poverty Lab
The National Databank is providing free data to 500,000 people in need via Good Things Foundation’s network of community partners, in partnership with Virgin Media O2, Vodafone and Three.