Mental Health Sustainability Fund
The Mental Health Sustainability Fund's second/2021 round is now closed. We awarded to 29 providers whom you can read about here. We presently have no grants open and cannot detail when we may next go out for a grant round.
2020 round: We administered a first-round of the grant-making element within the Mental Health Sustainability Programme in December 2020. For more information on the grants we awarded, please read here.
2021 round: The eligibility criteria for this round was:
|Type of organisation||Registered charity, not for profit company limited by guarantee, CIC (Community Interest Company) or CIO (Charitable Incorporated Organisation)|
|Expressed purpose||Is to support individuals suffering from mental health issues or illnesses as evidenced by and stated in organisation’s governing documents, as well as by a track record of previous mental health support provision|
|Supporting those with health inequalities exacerbated by Covid-19||Such as minoritised communities, LGBT+, children and young people, older people, new mothers, and those in contact with the criminal justice system etc.|
|Able to demonstrate||That this funding is required to support the sustainability of this organisation through the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond|
|Size of organization||Annual revenue of up to £250,000 in last full year accounts.|
|Location||Based in England, with majority of beneficiaries in England|
To understand more about the second round of funding, please read our
If you have any unanswered questions, you may find the answer in our
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*Please note: these FAQs cover the whole Programme. There are differing eligibility requirements for applications to the Programme as a standalone, and to the Fund. The section on grants and the Mental Health Sustainability Fund begins from the latter half of the third page.