NHS Charities Together NHS Charities Together are pleased to announce the funding made available to Integrated Care Systems. For this area that is Humber Coast And Vale and stretches along the east coast of England from Scarborough to Cleethorpes, and along both banks of the Humber. Humber Coast and Vale incorporates the cities of Hull and York and Large and rural areas of East Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire.
These grants are to support community partnerships in recognition of the impact of COVID-19 on the wider community.
As the lead charity for this project, Health Tree Foundation have worked with the NHS Charities in the area to agree three funding pots for the voluntary and community sector to apply. The pots are outlined below.
Pot 1: £200,000 for Green Social Prescribing: Mental & Physical health
This funding pot will be aligned with the HCV Green Social Prescribing Bid. Preventing admission to NHS facilities, developing early and or alternative interventions to clinical need.
For this fund we will accept applications for up to £20,000 to apply for this funding pot you will need:
Budget can include items such as;
Pot 2: £200,000 for Volunteering: 2 bids sought 1 from Humber area, 1 from York & North Yorkshire
£200,000 split between two projects: One in the Humber area and one in York &North Yorkshire. Programmes sought that show learning and new investment into volunteering to capture community spirt, helping to maximise the role of volunteers in your communities to:
Applicants must clearly evidence that they are an organisation that specialises in leading and supporting volunteering projects within one from the Humber (Hull, East York’s, North Linconshire, North East Lincolnshire) area and one from the York & North Yorkshire; to provide a proposal which outlines how with investment; you can implement lessons learned from the past years volunteer experiences for example:
The programme would:
Applicants must show:
Evidence of experience in delivering volunteering through pandemic on a city/district wide or regional scale.
Pot 3: £200k for Match funding projects grants from £5,000 to £50,000
You must already have raised or committed funds for your project and we will match fund up to £50k for a minimum of four projects that meet one of the following outcomes:
For more information, please sign up to the Community Partnerships Grants Webinar on 14th May at 2pm. Click here to register your place.
If you have any enquiries, please email the Health Tree Team.
To view the frequently asked questions, please click here.
To download an application form, please click here.