Your grant needs.
The Trust welcomes your application for funding from local families, individuals and smaller charities or resident groups. We carry out the application process either via telephone or home visits. Applications are invited from the Trusts area of benefit, which is within the postcodes of UB8, UB9 and UB10 and the surrounding areas.
Your accommodation needs.
Uxbridge United Welfare Trust house people of state pensionable age who qualify for universal credit. We have a large almshouse in central Uxbridge. All potential residents need to be on the Hillingdon Council housing list.
We welcome all residents that are able to live independently in our safe and secure environment. The building has step free access to all apartments and is within 5 minutes walk of central Uxbridge and all its amenities.
Here to help
The Trust is now well over 500 years old and has been helping the most needy in Uxbridge in many forms for all that time.
The Trust owns Homes, Flats, Shops and Carparks in and around the town centre, all of the revenue from these activities we then give to good causes.
We recently rebuilt our Almshouse for elderly residents in the heart of the town.
Ossulton Court provides homes they can live in permanently, knowing they are safe and secure, surrounded by many new friends.
Every year we give grants to the most needy of the area. Its a quick and simple process, we fill out all the paperwork and you’ll know straight away if we can help.
June 2023 Living in an almshouse can boost life expectancy. Living in an almshouse can boost the longevity of its residents by as much as two-and-a-half years compared to their counterparts in the general population, according to a new Bayes Business School report*. Analysing up to 100 years’ worth of residents’ records from various almshouses […]Read More
The build process is over, and now we have a stunning set of apartments ready for local elderly residents to benefit from living in. Ossulton Court has been built with lifetime homes in mind, we are very proud of what we have achieved. The almshouse is social housing of the higher calibre. The apartments all […]Read More
Uxbridge United Welfare Trust (UUWT) this week purchased and delivered 20 laptops to families struggling with lockdown learning. Working in conjunction with 10 local schools the Trust has supplied laptops and chromebooks to help youngsters continue with their education during the pandemic.Read More
Please get in touch and see if we can help you.
The Trust can help change the outcomes of many.
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01895 232 976