Turn2us can help with rising fuel prices

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Two thirds of people on low incomes unsure of being able to cover fuel costs

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Turn2Us to access benefits & grants

With colder weather around the corner, and gas and electricity prices predicted to rise, millions of people across the UK will be extremely concerned about how they’ll pay their fuel bills this winter.

Turn2us knows that this issue is widespread amongst the people we help, and our research last winter found that almost two-thirds of people on low incomes were not sure if they could meet their fuel costs without experiencing financial hardship.

In addition to rising energy prices, the costs of other everyday essentials are on the increase.

With personal finances being increasingly stretched and in response to the largest shake-up of the UK benefits system, Turn2us has launched a new, free and easy-to-use online Benefits Calculator. The new calculator is a vital tool to help more people access the financial support they may be entitled to.

The calculator helps individuals to find out what welfare benefits they are entitled to, how much they should receive and how to make a claim. It also links to our Grants Search tool to help people find other sources of support from charitable funds.

We urge anyone who is struggling to check their eligibility for financial help now - it could make all the difference this winter and beyond.

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About Turn2us:

  • Turn2us helps people in financial need gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help – online, by phone and face-to-face through our partner organisations.
  • The Turn2us website is designed to help people access the money available to them – through welfare benefits, charitable grants and other help.
  • The website has a number of tools to make the process simpler, including a Benefits Calculator, Grants Search database and a ‘find a benefits adviser’ tool to help locate someone to speak to.

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