Community health funding opens! – North Somerset Council

Voluntary organisations, community groups and settings across North Somerset can now apply for thousands of pounds of funding to support projects that improve health and wellbeing, thanks to North Somerset Council’s work to tackle health inequalities.
Applications for funding have opened today (Tuesday 3 January) and will close on Tuesday 7 February. Money is available for community projects which seek to help health and wellbeing.
The council’s public health team have organised an online ‘Q&A Support’ session to help groups prepare their bids for the funding. The question-and-answer event will be held on Monday 16 January 2023 from 10am to 11.30am, via Microsoft Teams. Anyone who would like to take part can email [email protected] to receive an invite.
Cllr Mike Bell, Deputy Leader of North Somerset Council and executive member for health, said: “We’re a council which empowers and cares about people. We want to help people have more years enjoying good health and wellbeing.
“Last year more than £75,000 was awarded to a variety of projects across the area, all of which helped improve the health and wellbeing of the people taking part. There was a really wide range of projects including cookery classes, nature wellbeing sessions and support for older people.
“If you’re part of a community or volunteer group, please look at our website and get in touch for more information. The grant money is there to support our local communities so please get your applications in!”
There are four types of grant funding available:
More information is available on the council’s website at www.n-somerset.gov.uk/phgrants.

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