Healthy Rutland Grant Scheme
Rutland County Council's Healthy Rutland Grant Scheme has been created to provide funding to encourage the growth of local projects that will improve health and wellbeing, promote independence and reduce the impact of long term health conditions.
The Healthy Rutland grant scheme panel expects that most applications will be for under £1000. Grants will be available for projects that encourage a positive effect on the community they serve.
Example projects include, but are not limited to:
- Gardening and Green Projects
- New Community Clubs
- Good Neighbour Schemes
- Healthy Eating Projects
- Lunch Clubs
- Inclusive Activities - walking football, buggy runs, chair exercise etc.
There is no closing date for applications, however applications should be submitted as soon as possible to take advantage of the limited funds which are available.
We would strongly urge all applicants to contact the development officer prior to application submission.
Contact 01572 725 805 or email email@example.com to make an appointment or to book onto a training session.
If you would like more information please call 01572 725 805, visit Citizens Advice Rutland, 56 High Street, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 6AL or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Healthy Rutland Grant Scheme is funded by Public Health Grant and the Better Care Fund.