LPoH Healthy Schools Fund

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The LPOH Healthy Schools ‘Community Partnership Challenge’ grant is now live, with up to £15,000 offered per successful bid.

Do you have a health and wellbeing issue in school you could tackle through partnership work with a community or voluntary organisation?

Please watch the film the CCG helped us make for some more info (only 1 minute long!)

The Little Pot of Health, Healthy Schools Fund is a small grants pot for primary schools in Salford.

 

 

The LPOH Healthy Schools ‘Community Partnership Challenge’ is designed to develop partnerships between schools and VCSE organisations in Salford. These new relationships will be supported through the schools existing community networks and the Healthy Schools VCSE Development Worker. These new partnerships will then in turn work to engage families and communities in the life of schools and support the development of community assets that improve the health and wider wellbeing of Salford’s children.

There is £225,000 of funding available over the three year period. Each year, £75k will be allocated in sums of up to £15k pa committed to successful partnership applicants. Funding for years two and three is dependent on the outcomes achieved in year one.

These grants are funded by NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group.

Salford CVS
Author: 
Lucy Sutcliffe, Healthy Schools and VCSE Development Worker

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