Brighton & Hove City Council: Mental health & wellbeing fund

Grants available for: Not-for-profit organisations in Brighton & Hove
Size of grants given: Up to £10,000
Next deadline: 24th January 2022

Aims of Fund

To support projects and services supporting the mental health and wellbeing of Brighton & Hove residents.

Who can apply

Not-for-profit groups and organisations, with an annual income of up to £2 million, delivering projects and services supporting the mental health and wellbeing of Brighton & Hove residents.

How much and what can you apply for

Up to £10,000.

This funding is particularly aimed at supporting people who experience social, economic and health inequalities. This includes people with a protected characteristic defined under the Equalities Act of 2010, people who are homeless or insecurely housed and people on low incomes and/or living in areas of high deprivation.

Examples of projects that might be funded are:

  • counselling and therapeutic services
  • support groups and befriending services, including projects to help tackle social isolation and loneliness
  • projects that promote and raise awareness of positive mental health and well-being, including nature-based therapy and outdoor activities
  • mental health training and support for staff and volunteers

Projects should be completed by the end of June 2022.

How to apply

To request an application form, e-mail communitiesteam@brighton-hove.gov.uk.

Deadlines for application

The application deadline is 12 noon on 24th January 2022.

Grant awards will be published in early February, and projects should be completed by June 2022.

Contact details

Communities and Equality & Third Sector Team
01273 291114
communitiesteam@brighton-hove.gov.uk
https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/city-support-and-grants/other-brighton-hove-city-council-grants/grants-mental-health-and-wellbeing

Updated 14/12/21 RL

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