The Queen's Nursing Institute

The Queen's Nursing Institute works with the public, nurses and decision-makers to make sure that good quality nursing is available at home for everyone when they need it.

Healthcare at home
 
 
 

Welfare Funds and State Benefits

To find out about state benefts that are available, go to: http://www.turn2us.org.uk/

Below is a list of charities that may also be able to help:

Cavell Nurses' Trust
Criteria: All nurses / auxiliaries / health care assistants
Visit the Cavell Nurses' Trust website

The Elizabeth Finn Care
Criteria: Professionals, registered nurses
Visit the Elizabeth Finn Care website 

Independent Age (RUKBA)
Criteria: Older people over 65 on low incomes
Visit the RUBKA website

The Universal Beneficent Society
Criteria: People aged 65 years and over who are living in financial difficulty
Visit the Universal Beneficent Society's website

Professional Classes Aid Council
Criteria: Professional
Visit the Professional Classes Aid Council website

Junius S Morgan Fund (Benevolent Fund for Nurses)
Criteria: All nurses / auxiliaries / hcas (Except Student Nurses)
Visit the Junius S Morgan Fund website

The Royal College of Nursing
Criteria: RCN members only but will direct non-members to other sources of assistance
Visit the RCN website

Royal College of Midwives
Criteria: Midwives
Visit the Royal College of Midwives website

Royal British Nurses' Association
Criteria: Sick and Disabled Nurses
Visit the Royal British Nurses' Association website

Florence Nightingale Aid in Sickness Trust
Criteria: Can help with convalescent and respite care
Visit the Florence Nightingale Aid in Sickness Trust website

The Airways Charitable Trust (ACT) Foundation
Criteria: General / respite / stairlifts, disabled bathroom conversions, vehicle adaptations etc
Visit the The Airways Charitable Trust (ACT) Foundation website

Benevolence Today
Criteria: Can signpost clients to appropriate charities
Visit the Benevolence Today website

Association of Charity Officers
Criteria: Can signpost clients to appropriate occupational charities
Visit the Association of Charity Officers website

1930’s Fund for District Nurses
Criteria: Community / District Nurses
Visit the 1930’s Fund for District Nurses website

Anchor Staying Put
Criteria: Older people – helping to stay in their own homes
Visit the Anchor Staying Put website

The Sandra Charitable Trust
c/o Moore Stephens
150 Aldersgate Street, London EC1A 4AB
Criteria: General charitable purposes /nurses and auxiliaries/ education & training / health/ sickness /disability / relief of poverty
Tel: 020 7334 9191

Eaton Fund For Nurses
Criteria: Professionals
Tel: 01273 480606

Birmingham and Three Counties Trust for Nurses
Criteria: Nurses in Birmingham and the Counties of Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire.
Tel: 01926 775531

 

Supporting Carers

Transition to Community

Homeless Health

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