This page provides information about different funding available for organisations in Suffolk to bid for to support the Health and Wellbeing of the community.
Recovery Grant Scheme
The Recovery Grant Scheme funds projects or ideas developed by voluntary or community groups and partnerships to help people continue their recovery from drug and alcohol problems.
Maximum bid: £10,000
Deadline for applications: Please visit the Recovery Grant scheme page for more information
Fairer Health and Wellbeing Project Fund
Key to improving the health and wellbeing of people in Suffolk, is making sure that we work to prevent avoidable and unfair differences in health between groups of people or communities.
To support this work, Public Health have allocated up to £70,000 this year (2021/22) to support community based organisations to tackle health inequalities at a local level.
There will be two strands to this year's Fairer Health and Wellbeing Fund:
- Improving emotional wellbeing outcomes and/or the protective factors for good public mental health, for any age group.(See the recommendations from the 2021 Annual Public Health Report (APHR) ‘Better, together: Public mental health in Suffolk.)
- Improving emotional wellbeing outcomes for children and their families in Early Years (0-5) who have been affected by Covid-19 restrictions
Maximum bid: £20,000 per project, Projects starting in April 2022 and be for a maximum of 2 years.
There will be a webinar outlining the fund and how to apply on Thursday 20th January 2022 at 2pm . You can sign up online here
Suffolk County Council’s External Funding team works in partnership with a range of programmes and initiatives that support charities, businesses and community organisations.
Or follow the External Funding Team on Twitter for details of the latest funding opportunities @FundingSuffolk
Page reviewed: July 2020. Next Review: December 2020