School Uniform Grant – Claim up to £150 per Child if you work in a Supermarket

School Uniform Grant – Claim up to £150 per Child if you work in a Supermarket

A grant is available to help parents working in supermarkets, food production and independent food stores to fund their Children’s School Uniforms.

The grant is for £150 (you can apply for up to 3 Children)

Do you Qualify for a School Uniform Grant?

To qualify for a School Uniform Grant your circumstances must match the following…

  • You or your partner (who you live with) must be working the grocery industry.
  • Have been employed within the grocery industry for at least 12 months.
  • Can provide proof of receiving Child Benefit.
  • Have a Household net income which meets GroceryAid’s criteria for financial hardship (the charity uses the Joseph Rowntree Minimum Income Standards Guidelines which takes into account  your entire housing situation).
  • Have household savings less than £1000.
  • Have not received a grant from GroceryAid from April 1st 2020.

If you meet this criteria you can apply for the grant over at the GroceryAid Website.

*Applications will reopen at the end of June 2021.