Cameron Grants for Innovation in Mental Health

Grants available for: Not for profit groups and individuals in the UK
Size of grants given:  £100 – £2,500
Next deadline: to be announced

Aims of Fund

To raise awareness of suicide, to urge all who are suffering in silence to speak up and ask for help, and to support people, especially young people, who are fighting to overcome poor mental health.

Who can apply

Individuals or not for profit organisations, including:

  • Charities
  • Social enterprises/CICs
  • Schools, colleges, universities
  • Pre-registration start ups
  • Voluntary and community groups

How much and what can you apply for

Between £100 and £2,500 for innovative projects that support the treatment of poor mental health.

The emphasis is on innovation – using new methods, channels, technology, ideas or approaches to reach out and effect change. The grant can be used to trial a new service, create an asset, a technology, a performance, or to fund research. Ideas should fit into one of the following categories:

  • Destigmatising Mental Health
  • Reducing Barriers to Mental Health Care
  • Improving Mental Well Being

Grants cannot be used for ongoing operational costs or salaries.

For further details see the website.

How to apply

Send an email with a brief outline of your idea and the amount you will be requesting to innovate@camgrant.org.uk

They will review your request and get back to you within two weeks. If they like your idea, you will be invited to complete a formal application online via a Google Form. This should take between 20 & 30 minutes to complete.

Deadlines for application

No deadlines, but the fund is currently closed (the first round of applications closed on April 9th 2021).

Dates for the next funding round are yet to be announced.

Contact details

innovate@camgrant.org.uk
http://www.camgrant.org.uk/innovate
 
01675 44361023 Belle Vue Terrace
Hampton In Arden
Solihull
B92 0AR
 
Last updated: 21/10/21 RL

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