A charity in Newark, Nottinghamshire is helping older residents live independently in their own homes for longer with a number of grants.
The Mary Elizabeth Siebel Trust is putting out the call for applications for its grants.
The Newark Advertiser reported that the number of applications received have been dropping.
However, in spite of the pandemic, the charity still has strong financing and a large number of grants to give out.
The Mary Elizabeth Siebel Trust helps over-60s with health and financial problems live independently in their own home.
There are some stipulations. For example, applicants must live within 12 miles of Newark Town Hall.
The Newark Advertiser reported that the charity can offer help with the following aids and issues: mobility aids, reclining chairs, bathing aids, special beds, stair lifts, as well as minor property repairs, decoration, modification and other projects.
Applications must be made to Tallents Solicitors in Newark with the supporting evidence of a healthcare professional.