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HealthSustain is the Community Health Lottery for Greater Manchester
So far, money raised by HealthSustain has meant funding of £318,322 for health related good causes in your area, with more to come.
Local organisations who have benefitted from monies raised by HealthSustain include Boldway Action Group, Mencap and Children’s Food Trust.
HealthSustain’s first Health Lottery draw was held in March 2012. One of the great things about our Community Health Lottery is the speed with which the money gets directly to where it’s needed.
The next HealthSustain Community Health Lottery takes place on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 – don’t miss out on the chance of £100,000 and the opportunity to help health causes in our area!
The CICs were established and are conducted to tackle health inequalities in their local areas.
HealthSustain is your Community Health Lottery, and we want to hear from our community at large, and smaller groups within the community, as to where you would like the money to go.
Looking for local funding?
Applications are now open for not-for-profit organisations and community groups in Greater Manchester.
People’s Health Trust has just launched Active Communities in HealthSustain – a funding programme for local people wanting to create fairer places to grow, live, work and age.
Using money raised by HealthSustain through The Health Lottery, People’s Health Trust is looking to invest in projects that support people living in the most disadvantaged neighbourhoods in Greater Manchester.
Active Communities is a funding programme for not-for-profit groups with an income of less than £350,000-a-year, seeking investment of between £5,000 and £25,000-a-year, for projects lasting up to two years.
The projects should take place within a small area for a small group of people, such as 20 or 30 streets or a couple of villages.
To find out more visit People's Health Trust website by clicking here and entering your postcode.