Are you planning a project that will help local environment? Then, this call is definitely for you!
The City Health Care Partnership CIC is delighted to announce its Green Health Grants Program and looking for applications from voluntary and community organisations and/or other groups that will achieve one or more of these objectives:
- Reduce waste;
- Reduction in use of plastics;
- Reduction in C02 emissions (eg sustainable/green travel projects;)
- Education projects for young people to encourage greener behaviour;
- Wildlife preservation/protection projects;
- Using less water – projects to preserve or reuse water.
- You must also demonstrate how you will improve the health and wellbeing of the communities they serve by meeting one or more of the existing charity objectives:
- Improvements towards the Health and Well Being of Adults;
- Improvements towards the Health and Well Being of Children and Young People;
- Improvements in Public Health of communities, such as healthier lifestyles, stopping smoking, eating well and becoming more active;
- Improvements to specialist areas of Health and wellbeing, such as addictions and mental health services.
- Your Green Health Grant request should not be for more than £10,000.
- In order to apply for a CHCP Foundation Green Health Grant you must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Be a Not for Profit Organisation, Community or Voluntary Group.
- The group or organisation needs to have been in existence for at least one year.
- Have a written set of rules, governing document or constitution (copies should be submitted with your application as they can only process applications that have all their supporting documentation; if this is not received before the deadline your application will not be considered.)
- Have a bank account in the name of the group/organisation for payments to be made into.
- Have an annual income of less than £30K.
- Work for the benefit of the local environment and community in which CHCP CIC operates (this being Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, Knowsley, St Helens and Wigan or Leigh.)
- Needs to be led by volunteers.
- The timeframe for applications being submitted needs to be appropriate to the delivery timeframe for the project or event. As a general rule they would expect successful applicants to spend the award within 4 months of receipt.