People’s Health Trust is funded by 51 local society lotteries and the good causes money they raise through the health lottery

Picture of young people involved with the Pocket Places for People project in Reading

Making our streets places for people

08 September 2014

Finlay McNab, from Community Street Design at Sustrans, talks about the enormous impact that where we live can have on our health, and how in one neighbourhood in Reading, speeding cars and traffic

Volunteers welcome David Lammy MP to help with the harvest

05 September 2014

Volunteers from The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) Green Gym in Tottenham, London, recently welcomed Labour MP David Lammy to their allotment in East Hale.

Music and Mentors in Kilburn

04 September 2014

Young people from the Alexandra and Ainsworth estates in Kilburn, North West London, are taking part in music technology courses through ARC music studios in Kilburn, and learning teaching skills t

Fashioning a stronger future

01 September 2014

Women from Paignton, Devon, are joining up to share skills, make new friends and create fashion collections for Torbay Fashion Week – all whilst building a more supportive future.

Thyme to get together

29 August 2014

Soup4Lunch is celebrating the first six months of a new project at Trillington House, Hammersmith – a sheltered housing scheme for over 50s. 

£54 million Raised
Over 1,300
Projects
supported by People's Health Trust
Helping over 123,000 People grow, live, work and age
Great ideas supported in
hundreds of
Towns, Cities & Villages

Map/regions of Britain

"We’re very grateful to People’s Health Trust for the money raised through the Society Lotteries which is enabling us to support thousands of older people." David McCullough, Chief Executive - Royal Voluntary Service