Joel, Elzee, Emma & Nyall

When Nyall's 12 years as a graphic designer came to an abrupt end, he and Emma addressed the additional support they needed for their two young children.Read more

Sara, Mary & Tia

When the FTCT team explained their financial grants to Sara, fashion business owner, she immediately thought about how she could support her daughter's GCSE revision.Read more

Claire & Sam

Claire worked at Jaeger for 28 years, before being made redundant when the company went into administration. She applied for an FTCT grant for essential items to support her son's college course.Read more

Vicky, Jacob and Leyla

Jacob and Leyla both have Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Mum Vicky used to work at Next and applied for an FTCT grant towards bedroom furniture for both children.Read more

Cole, Dylan, Theo, Kailum and Emily

Gordon and his wife Andrea care for their five grandchildren, Cole, Dylan, Theo, Kailum and Emily. Gordon works at John Lewis and applied for an FTCT grant towards essentials for the children.Read more

Abigail and Lilly

Abigail previously worked at Harrods and applied for an FTCT grant towards new school uniform and a specialist bed wetting alarm for her daughter Lilly.Read more

Alisha, Tia and Jade

Alisha worked as an accounts assistant at Morrison’s for 12 years, before moving to another job in 2015. She applied for an FTCT grant towards essential items for her daughter's Tia and Jade.Read more

Tony and Rose

Tony worked at Jaeger for 22 years, before being made redundant when the company went into Administration. The family applied for a grant towards study essentials for daughter Rose.Read more

James and Emma

James works as a distribution centre operative for the clothing retailer, Lands’ End. James got in touch with FTCT when his daughter Emma started school and needed school uniform.Read more

Natalie and Robin

Natalie is Mum to Robin (12 years). Robin received a grant for a new wheelchair after Natalie’s partner Darren heard about FTCT through his employer, Allied Textiles.Read more

Jonathan and Caroline

Caroline’s husband used to work for a yarn manufacturer. After hearing about FTCT through school, the family received a grant towards therapy equipment for their son Jonathan (14 years).Read more

Archie's family

Archie has a undiagnosed condition, similar to cerebral palsy. Dad Steve heard about FTCT through his job at the fashion brand, Lands’ End. Watch Steve and Mum Leanne talk about the difference their FTCT grant made for Archie and his siblings, Grace, Pheobie and Teddie.Read more