We support community groups all over the UK with grants to fund activities that support well-being or programmes to reduce and/or prevent isolation and loneliness.
We will give priority to applications that have a connection to, and are championed by, a local Home Instead office.
- If you are a small grass roots organisation you can apply for funding up to £500.
- If you are a small local registered charity you can apply for funding up to £1,500. Larger grants can be considered for exceptional projects.
- Most of your group members must be over 55 years old or the project you are requesting funding for must benefit people aged over 55
- The project must support its members through activities and projects that support wellbeing or reduce social isolation and/or loneliness
Full details: https://www.bringjoyfoundation.org/apply-for-a-grant/