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The Rainy Day Trust is the only charity dedicated to providing assistance to people who work, or have worked, in the home improvement industry in any capacity.  We help people who have worked for at least year in builders’ merchants, timber and plumbing merchants, DIY, housewares, hardware, potteries and glassware, have low savings and are on a low income.  We’ve been around since 1843 and since that time have developed a range of services designed specifically to meet the needs of people struggling to survive to make ends meet.  We don’t judge, just offer sensible, practical help.


Our services include:

  • Grants for one off essential items like washing machines or beds, or even a contribution towards house repairs.
  • Ongoing grants of £100 a month for those on the lowest incomes.
  • Free debt advice
  • Free housing advice
  • Free telephone based counselling, all completely confidential.
  • Free one-hour legal session on any non-criminal matter
  • Winter fuel poverty pack including a £250 grant to pay your utility bill, free boiler servicing and the installation of a corrosion inhibitor.
  • Free training or e-learning support, designed to help people re-train or up-skill.
  • Apprenticeship support package to help apprentices through their training including travel costs, free laptops and printers, and free additional training provision to give a better qualification.
All of these services can be accessed through our website at www.rainydaytrust.org.uk or by calling us on 0203 192 0486.  For further information e-mail us on info@rainydaytrust.org.uk
We also offer a partnership programme where we can work more closely with you to help your staff. To become a partner, all we ask for is a £1,000 annual donation and we can help you help your teams.

Bryan Clover

Chief Executive Officer

Rainy Day Trust

Tel: 0121 237 1101 Mob: 07939 541289

e-mail: bryan@rainydaytrust.org.uk


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