Please see below funding streams related to health and wellbeing (including streams related to mental health and physical health) available to you and your organisation, both local and national opportunities.


National

ACT Foundation Grants: ACT Foundation Grants to individuals and other charities, to enhance the quality of life for people in need, (specifically the mentally and physically disabled). Funding for buildings, equipment, respite breaks.

Barchester Healthcare Foundation: The Barchester Healthcare Foundation is a registered charity that helps older people and other adults with a disability across England, Scotland and Wales. They hope that their grants will help people lead more fulfilled lives and reach their full potential.

Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation – England & Wales: The aim of the trustees is to help raise the quality of life in the UK, particularly for those who are young, disadvantaged or elderly.

CLA Charitable Trust: The Trust aims to help to provide facilities for the disabled to take part in country sports and recreation, and training in agriculture and horticulture.

Coalfields Regeneration Trust: We have a variety of programmes and funding opportunities in England focused on improving our three key themes; health & wellbeing, employment and skills.

The Happiness Fund: The Happiness Fund is enabling and supporting projects which aim to improve mental health & wellbeing, inclusion, learning and skills development in local communities throughout the UK. The Fund will award up to £2,500 per quarter to support groups setting up and supporting new projects and activities. To be successful, applicants must demonstrate how the group/activity can be self-sustainable and attract further long-term funding from other sources.

Masonic Charitable Foundation – Later Life Inclusion Grants Programme: The Reducing Isolation in Later Life Grants programme offers both small and large grants to registered charities that support disadvantaged and vulnerable older people over 50 years of age in England and Wales. Over the next five years, the MCF will be supporting charities that help people to overcome barriers to actively participate in society in their later years.

The Elton John AIDS Foundation funds frontline programmes that help to alleviate the pain – whether physical, emotional or financial – of those living with, affected by or at risk of HIV/AIDS, and to continue the fight against this worldwide pandemic so that no one is left behind.

Physical Activity Grant | Parkinsons UK
Parkinsons UK Physical Activity Grants Scheme helps people with Parkinson’s become and stay active. Grants are available for activity providers, communities, networks and organisations across the UK to develop new opportunities for people with Parkinson’s to become and stay active.
Deadline: 10th June 2022

Percy Bilton Charity: Organisations assisting disadvantaged youth, people with disabilities and older people may apply for grants towards capital expenditure. Social workers may apply on the behalf of individuals who have a disability or mental health problem, or who are over 65, for grants to purchase basic furniture, equipment and clothing.

Suicide Prevention Fund: The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has made available a £4 million Suicide Prevention Fund to support voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations that work to prevent suicide. This includes supporting the sector’s ability to continue to meet increased demands or needs for their services as a result of COVID-19