Please Rotate Your Device

Charis Delivering Winter Support Fund in Final Weeks of the Scheme

With  6 weeks remaining to allocate Winter Support Funding, Local Authorities throughout the UK are choosing Charis to deliver crucial emergency support to people who need it most.


The Winter Support Fund was launched in September 2021 to support vulnerable households across the UK to access much needed essential support over the winter period. £500million was made available to councils to provide small grants to meet daily needs.

To get essential fuel, cash, clothing and food vouchers to their communities, dozens of councils have chosen to use Charis. Over the last five months, we have delivered over 10,000 vouchers on behalf of local authorities. With only just over a month to get remaining grant support to individuals in need, Charis is continuing to working hard to make sure our public sector partners can get the right support, to the right people at the right time.

How does it work?

Charis provides a 24/7 voucher delivery platform to our partners as they provide immediate support to their customers needing immediate support. White goods and furniture can also be provided and registration is free, quick and easy. Find out more.

If you are interested to know how Charis can help your organisation deliver emergency voucher support, let us know and one of our friendly team will get in touch.

About Charis

Charis was launched in 2003 – with a simple purpose to support those in hardship.

We have come a long way since then and are now the go-to administrator for many essential funds and grants on behalf of major organisations, authorities and charities. Each year we process over 200,000 applications and provide over £50 million worth of support to vulnerable individuals.

We are proud of the positive outcomes we make in people’s lives. As a family owned organisation that has been supporting vulnerable customers and households for nearly two decades we understand the challenges that families across Britain face. And we also understand the challenge that national and local charities and authorities face in getting help to people, when they need it.