People’s Health Trust is an independent charity funded by 12 local society lotteries and the money they raise through The Health Lottery

Policy makers must acknowledge and act on Civil Society report on race

20 July 2021

The Civil Society report on the state of race and racism in England should serve as an urgent wake up call to policy makers.

Caia Park community research: The role of gatekeepers in community-led initiatives

08 July 2021

Local people know their communities best. They know what issues they face, what their community does well, and the best way they can create change.

Health Foundation COVID Impact Inquiry

08 July 2021

The Health Foundation’s new inquiry, published on 6 July reveal working age adults in England’s most disadvantaged areas were almost four times more likely to die from COVID-19

Youth services have been decimated but they are needed now more than ever

08 July 2021

Over the past decade, every region in England has faced cuts to youth services of at least 60

Aberchirder and District Men’s Shed receive Queens Award for Voluntary Services

08 July 2021

Aberchirder and District Men’s Shed, a project previously funded through People’s Health Trust’s Active Communities programme, has received the Queens Award for Voluntary

£120 million Raised
Over 3,200
supported by People's Health Trust
Helping over 601,000 People grow, live, work and age
Great ideas supported in
hundreds of
Towns, Cities & Villages

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"Thanks to People’s Health Trust and the money raised through the society lotteries, our volunteers have supported thousands of people in need in their homes and in the community.” Catherine Johnstone CBE, Chief Executive – Royal Voluntary Service

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