Applications have been suspended until noon Tue 16 Jan 2024 while we upgrade our systems. Full details
5pm, Tuesday 7th May 2024
Unexpected expenses, up to £500
Promoting your health and happiness
Larger needs, means-tested
Unsecured debt support
For households with specific needs
Talking therapies and counsellors
1,300+ titles for ordinands & curates
Summary of available help
CBTi for poor sleep and insomnia
Ensure you meet our thresholds
Access appropriate state support
Support for ordinand households
Training offering for dioceses
Text, logos, leaflets, etc
Relating to clergy household wellbeing
Alternative grants and support
Support networks for the household
Do you have questions about the Trust temporarily suspending new applications? Take a look at our FAQs.
We’re asking our Governors to please consider increasing their donation to £100 per month, or whatever you can afford.
We are updating our application system and are closed to new applications until 12 noon, Tuesday 16 January 2024.
The Most Revd Andrew John, Archbishop of Wales will give the sermon on Tuesday 7 May 2024.
We walked alongside over 2,300 clergy households across the UK, Ireland and Europe last year, through our grants and services.
Thank you to the Association of Charitable Organisations, for nominating us for their 2023 Charity of the Year Award.
The Rt Revd Humphrey Southern, Principal of Ripon College Cuddesdon, will join the 2023 Annual Assembly (AGM).
The Clergy Orphan Corporation Fund, part of Clergy Support Trust has been there for clergy children for hundreds of years, and we'd deeply appreciate your support.
Governors are invited to our Annual Assembly on 16 November 2023, at Southwark Cathedral.
Our new, free Wellbeing Workshops have been developed by Anglican clergy, for Anglican clergy, to help support their mental health and ministry.
The bank account details for the Clergy Orphan Corporation Fund have changed. If you generously support this fund, please inform your bank.
We're privileged to help fund Family Max, a chance for clergy children in Bath and Wells to make new friends.