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

Refugee Week blog

23 June 2017

One of our trustees, Alan Francis, discusses the international context of the current refugee crisis and the UK’s political response to it.

 Pamoja project in Swansea speak to ITV Wales

Residents in Swansea call for greater support for refugees

23 June 2017

Members of the Pamoja project in Swansea gave a powerful interview to ITV Wales this week, calling for greater support for refugees and asylum seekers experiencing mental health problems.

A Swindon Refugee Week special

20 June 2017

A thought-provoking installation challenging the perceptions of what it means to be British will be on display in Swindon during Refugee Week. 

Refugee Week 2017

19 June 2017

Every year, for one week across Britain, people acknowledge the contribution that refugees make in communities. 

Green Synergy

08 June 2017

Community gardening and horticultural therapy have been helping people to improve their lives.

£90 million Raised
Over 2,500
supported by People's Health Trust
Helping over 432,000 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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