The Frederick Andrew Convalescent Trust was established in 1916 following the death of Lincoln Solicitor, Frederick Andrew, with one aim; to provide women with financial assistance during times of convalescence.

Since its inception, the trust has continued to provide grants and is still focused on providing working women and those that have retired from active work with the means to convalesce.

The Frederick Andrew Convalescent Trust understands that it must change to suit the requirements of today’s women and offers grants of up to £1000 for convalescence and domenstic help and up to £600 for therapy, to those of all ages, from all backgrounds and with almost any medical condition.

For details on how to apply for one of our grants please visit the Application
section of the FACTonline.co.uk website.