Find out more about Henry Duncan Grants by signing up to attend an online funding information session.
If you’d like to find out more about Henry Duncan Grants, please come along to one of our information sessions. These will give an overview of the grants available, who they are open to, and the application process.
These sessions can be booked via Eventbrite and will take place remotely via Zoom. You will be sent a confirmation email with the link and passcode to access this meeting once you have completed registration.
A Grants Advisor will spend around 40 minutes listening to your plans, and offering tailored advice to help you apply. Before booking, please check the full guidance, or attend a group information session. This will help you see which strand of Henry Duncan Grants you’re eligible for, and which you’d like to apply to.
Tuesday 22nd June – from 1pm
2021 Henry Duncan Grants supporting Mental Health
This year’s Henry Duncan Grants will fund community-based support for mental health and wellbeing.
The programme has three strands:
Organisation Grants – open to charities in Scotland with a core focus on supporting people of any age who experience mental ill health (income under £500,000)
Black Asian and Minority Ethnic Project Grants – open to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic led charities in Scotland delivering projects that support people of any age who experience mental ill health
Micro Grants – open to small charities and voluntary groups (income under £50,000) which supporting communities facing disadvantage to improve mental health and wellbeing by reducing isolation and loneliness. This includes Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and rural communities.
Get in touch – If you have any further questions on the information sessions, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.