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Home Deposit Grant Application

Sponsored By The Help For Young Families Trust  (

Statistics from the ONS cites ‘50% of all marriages end in divorce’  Help For Young Families have however discovered a trend in women over 50.  This group often end up living alone (over 10% of the population - increasing steeply with age),  figures suggest that planning for a financially secure future is becoming more important, especially for women.The Home Deposit Grant, a response to a high and rising cost of living in Britain now sees Women over 40 as an at risk group and a Home Deposit Grant Assistance focus group . The Project might not be able to help everyone and will advice that you see an independent financial adviser however if you would like to recieve a grant towards owning a home for investment. The Project is able to assist you with a sizeable deposit amount towards an investment home

Why does the Trust support property as a way of investment for Women over 40?  According to  statistics by the Office of National Statistics, the biggest social mobility indicator. The most disadvantaged groups  usually have the most to gain. 


I. Personal Details :

Tell us about yourself.

Email : *

Full Name : *

Mobile : *

Birthdate :*


Where the confirmation will be sent to

When do you think you'd be prepared to own a home with retirement in mind? We may be able to help even if you have a negative credit file

We'd like to know a little bit about your future.

II. Your plans:

What living arrangement best applies to you?

What kind of home would you prefer:

How many Bedrooms are you realistically hoping for?

In what region of the United Kingdom would you consider owning an investment  home (You can narrow down later)*

Which of the groups below reflect your total income? You may not be eligible if you earn over £60,000 

On a scale of 1 to 5  what impact will a sizeable grant have on owning an investment home.

Do / did you, or immediate family work within the  NHS,  private health  or Social Health.

Key workers may be eligible for additional help

(Only answer this question if you answered "NO" to the question above). Are you or were you a Key worker?

Key workers may be eligible for additional help

What  key worker service do/did you work for (e.g. I'm/was a police officer or I work(ed) within the police force.  Some extra funding is available for public sector workers

III. Your Current Status:

Lets get to know you

Are you legally resident in the U.K ?

Optional Information :

Information regarding gender, ethnic origin and race are optional. The information requested in no way affects your selection for a grant award. However, providing this information may increase your opportunity of a grant where donors have asked that priority consideration be given to individuals and families meeting certain demographic criteria (such as minority status, place of employment etc.)

How would you consider your credit score

Do you have a disability?


This  does  not determine your eligibility for this round of grant allocations (but it might signal that extra assistance is needed (Where grant funds are available).

Any useful information. Please write below: Two  or three lines on why specifically you feel disadvantaged. e.g.  Divorce, Single parent, or a  significant loss.

IV. Your E-Signature

By signing (typing your legal name) in the space below, you are certifying that all information is correct and that you are the person completing this application. 

E-Signature:  *

I have read and understood Help For Young Families Privacy Policy - Please note that by completing and submitting this form you agree that we may add your contact details to Help For Young Families database. Your contact details will never be sold or rented to third parties outside of Help For Young Families. You can unsubscribe from Help For Young Families database at any time. Should you wish to unsubscribe please email (Privacy Policy ).  All grant applicants will be notified of their success in due course.

I have read and agree with Help For Young Families Privacy Policy & Terms and Conditions

(The Help For Young Families Trust) is committed to equal opportunity in it's grant application assessments and does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, marital status, or any other protected class.


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