When you’re not getting the money you need for your children’s health, you should take a look at the Who funding circle
Funding circles are organisations which make it possible for a number of organisations to raise money to fund the care of their beneficiaries.
They can be based on a range of different charities, but usually they are organisations that are run by individuals who want to support their own or their family’s health.
It is possible to support a funding circle by contributing to it via a donation, but this is a way of helping your money go to the right place, so it is important to check if you are eligible.
For more information on who funders are please visit Who funding circles.
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Funding circles have different levels of involvement from the individual donor to the organisation.
Some organisations, such as Carers UK, aim to raise the funds needed to fund their care, while others aim to provide health services for those in need.
If you are thinking of contributing to a funding group, you may be asked to confirm your personal details.
A list of who is eligible to support your care and what the organisations role is will be provided to you once you have signed up.
Funding circles in your area: CarersUK and The Children’s Trust in your local area: The Childrens Trust in the UK: The Kids Trust in Northern Ireland: The South Wales Hospitals Trust in Wales: NHS Trust in England: Care in England