Partners for Health – Grant Opportunity Programme for 2023
About Partners for Health 2023
We have been in a grant-making partnership with London Catalyst since 2015.
Partners for Health offers grants to registered charities within the M25 area of London. Priority is given to charities with an annual income of £500,000 or less who have not previously received a ‘Partners for Health’ grant. Previous grantees are welcome to apply if developing a new initiative.
The grants range from £3,000 to £15,000 and are usually for one year (the average award is £8,000).
The applications are being coordinated by The London Catalyst.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 5:00 pm on Thursday 1st June 2023
• Shortlisted applicants will be informed by Monday 12th June 2023.
• Shortlisted applicants will be invited to present to an interview panel.
• Interviews will take place on Wednesday 19th July 2023.
• A final decision will be made after the interview.
The Anne Robson Trust – grantee in 2023
The Anne Robson Trust was one of the recipients of the Partners for Health grant. To work with two hospitals, Chelsea and Westminister and Northwick Park to set up teams of volunteers to visit patients in the last days of their life.
In 2010, Anne Robson died following a series of traumatic events.
Her daughter, Liz Pryor, went on to work with a number of charities in and around the NHS, to try to address some of the challenges that had come to light during the last weeks of her mother’s life.
Liz wanted to do something to help other families facing the death of a loved one, to try to ensure they didn’t experience what her family had gone through, and to remember her mother.
What they do
Robson Trust believes that no one deserves to die alone.
Everyone should have the comfort and companionship of another human being as they die, and the support to prepare for the end of their life.
We work to support people facing the end of their life, whether their own or that of someone dear.