Keighley Community Health Grants invest in and develop community led health solutions, and support them to be in a position to commissioned by the main-stream Health Service in the future.
What are Keighley Community Health Grants?
GiveBradford and Power to Change have come together with the aim of creating a community led health offer in Keighley. We aim to improve health outcomes for people in Keighley by supporting community groups and community businesses to engage with social prescribing.
We want to provide funding and support to community organisations and community businesses, so that they can meet the health and wellbeing needs of people in Keighley, and to strengthen their capacity to engage with local GPs and health service commissioners.
Is it open for applications?
Keighley Community Health Grants is now CLOSED for applications.
Who can apply?
Community groups, charities, social enterprises, community businesses or other organisations from the third sector that:
- Are supporting people living in Keighley and the Airedale Community Partnership Area.
- Have a constitution or other relevant governance document.
- Have a management committee/board of directors/trustees of at least three unrelated people.
- Have a bank account under the name of the group with at least two unrelated signatories (if your organisation doesn’t have its own bank account, but does meet all of the other criteria, please contact us to discuss how we can work around this).
- Previous round 1/2020 Kick Start grant recipients whose current spending and reporting is on track (as per agreed timelines with Leeds Community Foundation) and who can demonstrate the added value of continued funding in terms of health and wellbeing outcomes and embedding work within the local infrastructure can apply for a Development grant of up to 12 months. (£15,000 maximum)
What can you apply for?
Groups will work with Airedale Community Partnership, who operate local primary care. This will allow grantees to link and connect to their local primary care providers and GP surgeries. There are two levels of grant funding: to support pilot projects and start-up costs, or contribute to expanding or developing your current trading or enterprising activity. These grants are between £500 – £15,000 per year (up to £30,000 over 2 years).
Where can I find out more?
Before applying, make sure that you read our Guidance Notes.
There is a briefing event on Thursday 22nd April 2021 at 10am. This will give you a chance to hear more about the fund and ask questions. For more information, or to book your place, please visit the Eventbrite page here.
If you have any questions about this fund please contact Leeds Community Foundation on: 0113 242 2426 or email: email@example.com.