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Mental Health Sustainability Fund Helplines Fund: for organisations providing help-lines

Added: 18/11/2021

Voluntary Action Leeds

Mental Health Sustainability Fund: Helplines Fund, administered by the Association of Mental Health Providers is giving grants up to £5,000 to support sustainability in small-medium sized (up to £250,000 turnover) mental health registered charities/CIO registered with the Charity Commission and social enterprise organisations registered with Companies House who offer a helpline provision (nationally or locally).

Groups must provide non-face-to-face advice, support and information via phone, email, text, SMS or online and support individuals suffering from mental health needs or illnesses who have health inequalities exacerbated by Covid-19 such as minoritized communities, LGBT+, children and young people, older people, new mothers, and those in contact with the criminal justice system etc.

The Fund can cover costs including: digitising services; equipment to help run the service; adapted streams of work; continuation online for as long as needed and/or expansion; support for wellbeing and training of staff/volunteer workforce, IT improvements, Covid adaptations etc.

Apply by completing the on-line application form or contact the Fund by e-mail to request an application by video call.

Deadline for applications is: 3/12/21.

Awards will be made by 24/1/22

Funding is for up to 1 year.

Further details at:

Voluntary Action Leeds

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