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Devon Community Foundation

The Devon Community Foundation have years of knowledge, experience, and expertise. They use their database to find donors who can support small charities and community organisations across Devon through grants. Grants can also be accessed by individuals. They are happy to have a search for anyone in need. To access this, you are required to email:

Including your:

  • Full name

  • Age

  • Location (just town/village is fine, not your full address)

  • Your circumstances such as whether you have ill health, a disability, are a lone parent, used to be in care etc

  • What you or your parents do. This is because some grant makers ask for specific occupations and any other information you may feel would be helpful.

Christians Against Poverty

0800 328 0006

Debt Coaches at Teignbridge Debt Centre can help people using their debt relief services, they will work with the individual with debt relief plans, debt relief orders, bankruptcy, individual voluntary arrangements, administration orders and full and final settlements.


National Debtline

0808 808 4000 - Monday to Friday 9am - 8pm, Saturday 9:30am - 1pm

National Debt line provides free advice and resources to help you deal with your debts. You can access our services over the phone, through our website and via webchat. Understand your options and take control of your debts today.

Step Change

Step change can provide debt support and advice for as long as required, by recommending ways which are suitable for you and coming up with a debt solution plan with you. This is done at a time suitable for you and all advice and guidance given is free and impartial. They can support with mortgages, bankruptcy, and Debt relief orders (DRO) to name a few.



Turn2us help people in financial need gain.

Support can be given to help you complete a benefit calculation, help you to find grants, find an adviser to help with benefits, debt, housing & legal

issues. Contact can be made online or by phone, or people can contact local organisations who can refer them on their behalf.


Kingsteignton Feoffees

If you are really struggling and are a Kingsteignton resident, then The Church of England Parish of St Michael in Kingsteignton may be able to provide financial support through its Kingsteignton Feoffees

Charities. These have limited funds available to help those in need with the purchase of household furniture, as well as kitchen equipment like washing machines, fridges, and cookers. Where medical treatment is required and this places extra burdens on already stretched family finances, the charity can provide help with the travel and other health-related costs. To make a request for support, please talk to staff at any of the following: Kingscare, your local medical centre, schools, churches,

and charities, who can then contact the Kingsteignton Feoffees Charities on your behalf.

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