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British Gas Energy Trust - Dorset's Healthy Homes Project

The British Gas Energy Trust, which incorporates the Scottish Gas Energy Trust, is an independent Charitable Trust established in 2004. The Trust aims to contribute to the relief of poverty, with a particular focus on fuel poverty, helping those who are struggling to pay for their consumption of gas and electricity get back on their feet and remain debt free going forward.

The Trust provides a significant difference to the lives of those in need by awarding grants to clear energy debts. In exceptional cases the Trust can also help with other priority household costs and items. The Trust also funds voluntary organisations to provide money and fuel debt advice services.

Name
Talking Money
 Address
1 Hide Market
West Street
St. Philips
Bristol
Postcode
BS2 0BH
 Telephone
0121 3487797
Fax
01733 421020
 E-mail
bget@charisgrants.com
 Website
www.britishgasenergytrust.org.uk/
Directions
See Journey Planner on the right-hand side of this page, where you can view bus, car and train routes from your location.
Area coverage
National
Times Available:
Contact via email or the website
Availability:
All Year Round
Age:
From 18 years  0 months to 99 years  0 months.
Costs:
Contact a Local Advisor for details.
Referral Criteria:
Self Referral
Languages Spoken:
English