Projects we fund

Through our funding programmes we support projects in areas of England, Scotland and Wales experiencing the highest levels of disadvantage which are most affected by health inequalities. The projects we fund are led by communities themselves to improve health and wellbeing in their neighbourhoods.

InteGreat Theatre project members
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We fund projects that are genuinely designed and led by local people from diverse communities across England, Scotland and Wales. Find out more about projects we fund.

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Project stories

Stories direct from the people involved in projects we fund. Read what they have to say about why their project was needed and the difference it is making in addressing health inequalities locally.

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Running a project

Our support for funded partners includes training, resources and the opportunity to join our networks. Our programme of capacity building support is based on what our funded partners tell us they need.

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Our networks connect our funded partners together and enable them to exchange skills, and knowledge so they can influence and mobilise for change.

Members of the Food and Friendship project


We work with 360Giving to make data about projects we fund freely accessible so that funders and charities across the UK can use data to improve grant-making practice.

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We work with partners across Great Britain to act on the causes of health inequalities through policy, research and campaigns.

Boosting skills is important but the main way we support people into work is by boosting their confidence. When you volunteer with your peers, you get the opportunity to work in a group and learn from each other which boosts your morale and you can then take this confidence into an interview or a workplace and show you’re ready for the job.

Lucky Pemu, Project Worker

African Caribbean Community Association