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  • Henry Duncan Grant programme (funding for mental health, BAME groups, social isolation projects)

    Created: 27/05/2021, Updated: 08/06/2021

    This year's Henry Duncan Grant programme will support organisations that work on mental health, with BAME communities or small charities that focus on isolation

    The Corra Foundation's Henry Duncan Grant programme has three strands this year:

    • supporting charities with an annual income up to £500,000 and a core focus on supporting people of any age who experience mental ill health;
    • for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic led charities with annual income up to £500,000, delivering projects that support people of any age who experience mental ill health; and
    • for small charities and voluntary groups with an annual income up to £50,000, supporting communities experiencing disadvantage to improve mental health and wellbeing by reducing isolation and loneliness.

    If are you thinking of applying to the programme, Henry Duncan Grant is running advice sessions on the 10 & 17 June, which you can book here.

    For more information, click here. The deadline for these funds is 21 July 2021.


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