New funding opportunities in Greenwich

Find out more about funding available to fight mental health inequalities in the borough.

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Greenwich Mental Health Hub is being developed in partnership with Oxleas NHS Trust, Bridge Support and South East London Mind.

The funding opportunities

The Equality Grants Fund addresses mental health inequalities in Greenwich by providing grants for community and voluntary organisations that support disadvantaged and marginalised groups with their mental health.

It is part of the Greenwich Mental Health Hub’s larger effort to enhance the mental health and overall wellbeing of individuals and their support within local communities.

We can fund a wide range of initiatives that focus on mental health of specific groups, such as low-income individuals, culturally diverse communities, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ individuals.

Greenwich Mental Health Hub are funding projects and initiatives that:

  • Address mental health inequalities
  • Improve the accessibility and inclusivity of support
  • Offer innovative approaches

How much is available?

Organisations can request between £5,000 and £10,000 in this year. Funding can be tailored to meet the needs for your project. We do not provide unrestricted funding.

You can apply for:

– Project delivery costs as well as core costs

– Costs associated with monitoring and evaluating your work

Who can apply

To be eligible to apply to the Equality Funds, your organisation must fulfil the following:

  • Registered UK charity or other non-profit organisation (CIC or community groups)
  • Organisations must be working in Greenwich
  • Operating for a minimum of two years
  • Annual Income of less than £250,000
  • Work or project must be for the benefit of Greenwich residents

Deadline: 14 March 2024

For full information, download: Equality Grants Guidelines 24-25

Contact Details

If you have any questions about the Fund, please contact:

Ceyla Vural (pronounced: Jay-la Vuh-raal)


Mobile: 07514 309 506