Cameron Grants Memorial Trust

The objectives of the trust are to raise awareness of suicide, to urge all who are suffering in silence to speak up and ask for help, and to support people – especially young people – who are fighting to overcome poor mental health.

Grants of £100 to £2,500 are available to trial a new service, create an asset, a technology, a performance, fund research, or otherwise experiment in any way that supports the treatment of mental health. The emphasis will be on innovation – using new methods, channels, technology, ideas or approaches to reach out and effect change. Ideas should typically fit into one of the following categories:

  • Destigmatising mental health
  • Reducing barriers to mental health care
  • Improving mental well-being.

VCSE / education / individuals.

No deadline.

Read more and apply here

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