Health and wellbeing fund worth £360k opens to community groups

PUBLISHED: 12:00 11 June 2020

Health and wellbeing projects can apply for up to £20,00 in grant funds.      Picture: Quartet Community Foundation

Health and wellbeing projects can apply for up to £20,00 in grant funds. Picture: Quartet Community Foundation

Quartet Community Foundation

Community groups in North Somerset can claim a share of a health and wellbeing fund worth £360,000.

Julie Newman says Quartet has been supporting North Somerset [rojects formore than 30 years.   Picture: Quartet Community FoundationJulie Newman says Quartet has been supporting North Somerset [rojects formore than 30 years. Picture: Quartet Community Foundation

Grants of up to £20,000 can be awarded to groups supporting the health and wellbeing of people across the district.

The fund has been set up by North Somerset Community Partnership (NSCP) with the Quartet Community Foundation, and the grants will also go towards educating healthcare providers in the region.

Quartet Community Foundation spokesman Julie Newman said: “This funding will boost community group’s projects tackling health and wellbeing such as supporting older and disabled people, tackling homelessness, supporting Foodbanks and BME groups. This fund has a wide remit.”

To be considered for the first round applications, which must be received by July 16, log-on to www.quartetcf.org.uk/grant-programmes/north-somerset-community-partnership-grant/






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