NEWS - 24th April 2023
NW Hearts Charity Grants 2023
Our first grant awards process is now open!
We want to improve outcomes for people with heart disease around Greater Manchester, and to reduce its impact on lives beyond current NHS provision. To this end, we intend to fund a wide range of projects.
The application process is open to everyone and we encourage you to consider applying, whatever your position or role in your organisation. Our funding criteria and what we will / won't fund can be downloaded by clicking the PDF button.
We will have a 2-stage application process. Stage 1 will be a brief expression of interest form and applications that meet our funding criteria will be invited to apply for the Stage 2 process.
All stage 2 applications will be assessed by an Independent Grants Panel. We are very honoured that this will be chaired by Professor Hugh Montgomery OBE, from University College London. The panel has multidisciplinary expertise from across the GM region, ranging from tertiary, secondary and primary care, along with patient and voluntary sector representation.
Prof Hugh Montgomery OBE
Click the button below for the grants awards portal. You will need to register an account to get stated.
Once you register, you'll find all the details of how to submit your application.
Deadline for Stage 1 entries is Monday 29th May 23:59. No extensions will be provided.
If you have any queries about the process, please contact email@example.com
What we plan to fund
We will consider awarding individual grants up to a maximum of cost of £25,000. For our first funding round, it is likely that the following projects will be given greater priority:
projects that cost up to £10,000
projects that are likely to demonstrate rapid short-term benefit (within 12 months).
The application must demonstrate a strong connection to Greater Manchester (GM). The application should have an impact on one of the following:
people or communities who live in GM
those who live outside of GM who may utilise healthcare services in GM
organisations located in GM and their staff / volunteers
The application should demonstrate a close alignment with one or more of NW Hearts Charity’s funding priorities, namely projects that benefit:
people living with heart disease
people at risk of heart disease
the family and carers of these groups
the specialist staff who care for them
research into cardiac conditions