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  • Health inequalities funding for third sector initiatives

    Created: 18/01/2017

    Fife Health and Wellbeing Alliance is inviting applications from third sector organisations for its one-off health inequalities funding programme.

    Applications must aim to understand and/or meet the health and wellbeing needs of key groups facing health inequalities. Funds must be used for new or different activity, not to support ‘business as usual’.

    Initiatives must:

    • be from third sector organisations (community groups, voluntary organisations, charities or social enterprises)
    • contribute to one or two of the outcomes of Fairer Health for Fife – Fife’s health inequalities strategy 2015-20
    • target key groups that experience health inequalities
    • build in effective mechanisms for gathering information about what the funding has been used for and its impact. 

    Applications for amounts up to a maximum of £5,000 will be considered. Priority will be given to submissions from new applicants, although previous applicants may apply.

    To download the application pack please click here.

    The deadline for applications is Monday 13 February 2017.




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