Our patient grants service is here to help if you are having financial problems and have lung cancer. You can apply yourself or ask for some help to fill in the electronic form. We aim to reply to all applications within 10 working days. If you are waiting for a grant or need more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0800 358 7200.
As a charity we know that having lung cancer has many costs. One practical way that we can help is through our patient grant fund. We have a limited amount of money that we can use each year to help those with lung cancer who have very limited financial resources and who have experienced extra costs as a result of their diagnosis, treatment or experience of lung cancer.
Patient Grant Applications received between 22nd September – 9th October inclusive will not be processed until Monday 10th October.
“We would like to thank everybody from the bottom of our hearts for all your hard work as this was the last holiday my dad went on.”Carer of a lung cancer patient
As our funds are limited, we can only accept one application per person. Applications are dealt with each week and we try to respond to all received grant requests within two working weeks.
“The patient grant was much appreciated when I found I could not work and had no immediate income.”Lung cancer patient
Other sources of help
There are a range of statutory and charity sources of help. Some schemes are determined by your location, others by your occupation, if you have served in the forces etc. Your local CAB is a good source of advice.
MacMillan offer financial advice and operate a grant service. They also have partnerships with a range of power and financial companies who may be able to assist.
Charis are a company who run several grants for energy providers and have an income calculator on their website.
Turn2Us is an organisation that can assist in accessing grants, advice and financial support.
If you are looking for advice on statutory benefits and any changes in entitlement to state assistance information is available. If you wish help to navigate the benefits system, it is worth talking to your Lung cancer Nurse or local CAB to find out about local support services.
If you are looking for support around Will planning, power of attorney or other financial planning there are sources of support, please click here.