Involve Connect Well awards grants of up to £5,000 to organisations in West Kent who are registered with Connect Well or able to accept Social Prescribing referrals.
Grants can be used to support a new or existing provision that is able to/or is receiving referrals from Involve Social Prescribing link workers.
The funder is keen to receive applications that are specifically related to engaging people in their local community during the Coronavirus pandemic. This could be:
- continuation of existing groups/services – either digitally or in person;
- setting up of new services to support those who are isolated/lonely;
- schemes that help those with no digital access to remain engaged in their community;
- services in the community supporting those in isolation to tackle loneliness; or
- organisations seeking to resume face to face activities which are ‘Covid secure’ and within current restrictions.
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