Living with Long Term Challenges: MSE Charity grant open for application

Living with Long Term Challenges: MSE Charity grant open for application

31 January 2022

The MSE Charity is dedicated to supporting UK voluntary groups that deliver financial life skills which make a lasting impact on the way people think, behave & manage their money and is opening their next round of funding.

Their latest grant round is themed around Living with Long Term Challenges and opens at 9am on Tuesday 1st February 2022.

Launched in May 2008 by Martin Lewis OBE, founder of the acclaimed Money Saving Expert website, the MSE Charity is a grant-making charity. Their work is dedicated to improving information and education about debt, money and consumer issues in the UK.

As part of their work, they fund small to medium-sized non-profit organisations who are encouraged to apply for funding if they have a great idea for a financial capability project. Applications must be related to the MSE Charity current grant round theme and from 1st February the grant theme is Living with Long Term Challenges.

At Hugh Jones Solicitors, we work only in the field of mental incapacity and private client services. With decades of specialist experience supporting vulnerable people, particularly those with a mental incapacity, their families and their advisers, we regularly encounter voluntary and not-for-profit organisations who, likes us, put clients’ best interests at the front and centre of everything they do. Grants like this one are an important source of support for these organisations and we want to raise awareness of the latest funding round from the MSE Charity.

Find out more about MSE Charity, the work they do and how to apply for the latest grant round here:

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Kirsty Nickson, Associate Solicitor in our Private Client team - contact Kirsty by email or telephone - 0161 871 7433