What makes us healthy?
There are stark differences in life expectancy and quality of health throughout the country. Our work tackles the socio-economic factors behind this inequality.
People’s Health Trust is a charity addressing health inequalities
We are funded by six local society lotteries through The Health Lottery.
local projects funded
Willow Tree Stores
Willow Tree Stores supports disabled people and people with learning disabilities or mental health challenges to learn new skills by
creating pottery, growing plants, making clothes and food, and selling these goods at the Willow Tree Stores shop. It also advocates for its members to make the surrounding area more accessible and to create more safe spaces.
Community manifesto for health justice
Today we launch our Community manifesto for health justice. In it, we set out priorities for the next government to address health inequalities. These have been developed alongside our network of grassroots community organisations.
Local Conversation in Kirkley
Enabling Kirkley campaigns for better accessibility in the area. Project Leader David Lawrence talks about how the group uses local influence to improve the environment for disabled people.
Homes for Health
People’s Health Trust announces the launch of its Homes for Health programme supporting ten projects across Great Britain to improve ill health caused by unsuitable housing conditions.