People’s Health Trust is an independent charity funded by 51 local society lotteries and the good causes money they raise through The Health Lottery

Image from Mothers of Burngreave project in Sheffield

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30 September 2015

Active Communities is a funding programme for community groups and not-for-profit organisations, with an income of less than £350,000 a year or an average of £350,000 over two years.

Participants from the Harbour Project in Swindon

Supporting different cultures

03 September 2015

Coming to the UK as a refugee or asylum seeker and facing the challenge of settling into a new country can be an extremely isolating experience.

Members of looking out for Lydd project

Looking Out for Lydd

03 September 2015

A much-loved coffee morning and befriending scheme has received new funding from People's Health Trust - using money raised by HealthWhole through The Health Lottery.

Ladies dancing from the Local people project

Ending Loneliness

03 September 2015

Older people in Biddulph, Staffordshire have been awarded funding from People's Health Trust to help them address issues around social isolation.

Members of the Her say project

Her Say

03 September 2015

Women from the South Asian community in Old Trafford, Manchester, felt there was a lack of culturally appropriate activities for them to take part in locally.

£70 million Raised
Over 1,800
supported by People's Health Trust
Helping over 335,000 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

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