New opportunity from the Health Foundation to improve health care through collaborative communities

The Health Foundation has announced a new £2.1m programme for partnerships developing collaborative communities where people, families, health care professionals and researchers work together to improve health care.  The Common Ambition programme will support up to five ambitious teams across the UK to work towards a shared aim: to build sustainable change across health care through collaboration between those who use services and those who deliver them. 

The Summer Give campaign: applications open 20th Jan

Applications for the Summer Give 2020 will open on Monday 20th January at midday.

The Childhood Trust supports charities in London working with children and young people from low income backgrounds. Working in partnership with The Big Give, The Childhood Trust builds charities’ capacity to run fundraising campaigns and leverages match-funding for the money raised.

NHS Blood and Transplant funding call

NHS Blood and Transplant are calling for funding applications to help organisations promote deceased organ donation among black, Asian, mixed race and minority ethnic communities.

They are looking for applications that will deliver projects to reach black, Asian, mixed race and minority ethnic communities and/or engage people around their faith/beliefs. Trusted organisations with a footprint in those communities can be very effective at doing this due to their specialist knowledge, understanding and standing in the community.


The CAF Tourle Foundation Fund seeks to award grants to local charitable organisations delivering services for local people in all parts of the UK. This 10 year programme is funded through the generosity of a £4.5m legacy left for CAF to distribute for this purpose.

Organisations must be able to evidence that the project will be delivered to local people, whilst demonstrating the need and difference it will make.



2020 GSK IMPACT Awards – funding and free training for health charities

The GSK IMPACT Awards provide core funding, training and national recognition for charities doing excellent work to improve people’s health and wellbeing. Up to 20 awards will be made ranging from £3,000 to £40,000. To be eligible organisations must be at least three years old, a registered charity, working in a health-related field in the UK, with income between £80,000 and £2.5 million.


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