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.

Thrive - What Women Want

02 October 2017

What Women Want is a project offering women in Stockton-on-Tees informal peer support and employment help, designed to increase skills and confidence and boost social links and ties.

Hart Gables, funded by People's Health Trust for the T-Time project.

02 October 2017

Hart Gables is run by LGBT+ people, for LGBT+ people and plugs an identified gap in support, responding to local need.

08 June 2017

People from neighbourhoods in Spennymoor, County Durham are coming together at The Haven project to take part in a range of activities, learn new skills and make new friends.

Picture of some of the young people from Hart Gables - funded by People's Health Trust

20 November 2015

Picture from The Willows Centre

06 November 2014

The Ladder Project at The Willow Centre was created by local people living on the Portrack and Tilery estates in Stockton-on-Tees as a way of addressing issues that matter to them.

This is an image of members of small world Big Drums community group

18 November 2013

small world Big Drums is a community group set up in 2006 to promote the creativity and independence of people living with a disability through music, creative writing and drama.

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