Glasgow Winter Social Wellbeing Fund 2023-24
- Section: The ALLIANCE
- Type: News Item
- Published: 9th November 2023
Applications now open for Glasgow Winter Social Wellbeing Fund 2023-24
Impact Funding Partners have announced a Winter Social Wellbeing Fund in Glasgow over the 2023/24 winter period, which they manage on behalf of Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (GHSCP).
There is a tight timescale for applications in order to get decisions to applicants in early December, so please get your application in as soon as possible if you would like to apply.
- Your organisation’s annual income in the last year must not exceed £250,000.
- You must have a strong Glasgow presence, with this funding used to support Glasgow residents (aged 16yrs+) only.
- The minimum grant available is £500.
- The maximum grant available is £4,000.
- Organisations can only submit one application.
About this fund
GHSCP has made funding available to local organisations providing services to Glasgow City residents, to enable them to support individuals aged 16 and over who may be isolated.
Priority will be given to organisations working with individuals most at risk of social isolation and loneliness. For example, women, vulnerable young people (16+), older people, carers, minority ethnic people, disabled people, homeless people, lone parents, adults with additional support needs and people with long term health conditions.
The activities funded must be in addition to what you are already delivering, enabling you to reach and support more individuals at risk from social isolation over this period.
- Fund opens for applications: Wednesday 8 November 2023
- Fund closes for applications: Monday 27 November 2023 at midday (12 noon)
- Decisions issued: Expected by Tuesday 6 Dec 2023
- Funding period: Wednesday 7 December 2023 to 31st March 2024
For further information, full criteria and guidance on how to apply, please go to https://bit.ly/WSWBfund23-24.
You can get in touch with Impact Funding Partners if you wish to discuss anything relating to the fund, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 01383 620 780
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