If you're receiving qualifying benefits and pregnant or have a child under four years old, you can get Healthy Start vouchers from the NHS to help buy basic foods. Find out what benefits you can get Check what you’re entitled to using the benefits and financial support checker. Find out what benefits you can get if you're a parent or carer, or planning to have or adopt a child. Get help with childcare costs The government’s Childcare Choices website will tell you what support you can get and how to apply. Support includes: Tax-free childcare (up to £2,000 a year per child) 15 hours free childcare if you have a two-year-old child and you’re on certain benefits 15 hours free childcare if you have three or four-year-old children 30 hours free childcare for working families with three or four-year-old children You may be also able to claim back up to 85% of your childcare costs if you’re eligible for Universal Credit. Support from education and early years settings Schools, colleges and early years settings have been awarded funding that they can use to provide support to families they recognise as being in need. It is not means-tested, and settings have discretion over the type of support that might be offered. This might include, for example: supermarket vouchers, warm clothing, white goods, blankets. Find out more on the Connect 4 Communities website.