The Maudsley Charity is urging anyone involved in running mental health support projects to apply for its next round of grant funding.
In the last decade the charity has donated £25 million to research, hospital services and community work. A further £10 million has been committed to children’s and young people’s mental health projects.
The charity is now looking for applicants supporting people within the boroughs served by the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust; Southwark, Lambeth, Lewisham and Croydon.
Applicants should be voluntary and community projects which collaborate with the hospital trust.
Previous organisations to benefit include the Dragon Café in St George the Martyr’s Church in Borough (pictured) , and the Kairos Community Trust, which provides hostel accommodation and treatment services across the borough, including supported housing for people with alcohol and drug addiction.
Around fifteen grants are up for grabs, with a maximum of £25,000 offered. Any expressions of interest should be made by March 16, this year.
For more information and to apply visit www.maudsleycharity.org/our-grants/community-and-connection-grants