Grants for clothing can be used at a wide range of stores.
What can I apply for?
If you care for a child or young person with additional clothing needs, for example a child who goes through clothes quickly, or has frequently damaged clothes, you can apply for a clothing grants.
These are provided through our partner Park. Clothing grants can be used in the following stores: TJ Hughes, Matalan, River Island, Schuh, Schuh Kids, TK Maxx, Go Outdoors, Edinburgh Woollen Mill, Marks & Spencer, Foot Locker, New Look, Peacocks, Blacks, Millets and the Original Factory Shop.
Clothing grants are provided on a shopping card. The grant needs to be spent in full, within six months of the date on your grant award letter. Please note that your card can only be used in-store, not online.
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