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.

Picture from Made in Tredegar

21 October 2014

“There’s no town left anymore. The community seems to have gone, and nobody seems to care. I don’t even think the council cares, to be honest.

Picture from Three Holes Village Hall and Playing Field

21 October 2014

“We live in quite an isolated village where it is difficult for some residents to get around because of disability issues, financial constraints or transport limitations.

Picture of some of the people involved with Toothill Lunch Club

04 September 2014

For older people living in Toothill, Swindon, the lunch club at the Community Café is an important part of their social lives, but for Betty and many other members of the Lunch Club, it was proving

Anna and her daughter Scarlett

07 August 2014

Face 2 Face, a project run by Scope that supports parents of disabled children to become volunteer ‘befrienders’ for other parents of disabled children, has recently launched in Oxford.

Royal Vountary Service in North Ayrshire

16 July 2014

“As you get older, you need support. I can’t praise the Royal Voluntary Service and the Community Transport scheme enough.

02 July 2014

Kilsyth, a small town in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, has a long history of coal mining.

Emmy from One Voice in Immingham

02 July 2014

People’s Health Trust has invested £16,418 in One Voice, using money raised by HealthWin through The Health Lottery, to run Junior Rock - a weekly rock school for young people.


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