Read about the projects we've funded or get ideas for your own application. People's Health Trust has a practical and local approach to funding.
 

07 October 2020

Bridgend Farmhouse in South Edinburgh is a community owned and run charitable organisation which bought and developed a once abandoned farmhouse and, through the community getting together,

02 September 2020

Café Chat is a project based in The Isle of Skye, Scotland, which aims to improve and expand on existing services for adults with mental health needs to offer practical, social and emotiona

LC in Govanhill, funded by People's Health Trust

06 November 2019

Through the Local Conversation, Roma residents are tackling things that have a big impact on people’s lives and health in Govanhill, such as reducing language barriers that limit empl

Promoting Roles of Father Figures is funded by People’s Health Trust with money raised through The Health Lottery

22 March 2019

Promoting Roles of Father Figures (PROFF) is committed to providing opportunities for father figures to highlight the importance that positive male role models make to their children's

31 October 2018

“Through our project, we support residents on low incomes in Edinburgh to develop their knowledge and awareness of their rights as private tenants, and increase their confidence to campaign o

The Glendale Women’s Café

06 September 2018

The Glendale Women’s Café provides a free and welcoming community space for women in Pollokshields, Glasgow.

Amina - Building Bridges

26 April 2018

This project provides a social group for Muslim and Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) women living in Dundee who experience high levels of isolation due to cultural and linguistic barriers.

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