Winter Social Wellbeing Fund (Glasgow) 2021-2022
Impact Funding Partners is delighted to be managing the Winter Social Wellbeing Fund (Glasgow) on behalf of Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership (GHSCP).
GHSCP has made funding available to local organisations, to enable them to support people who may be isolated over the Winter period. The fund is available to organisations currently supporting Glasgow City residents aged 16 and over.
Priority will be given to organisations working with individuals most at risk of social isolation and loneliness as well as those most impacted by coronavirus. For example, women, vulnerable young people (16+), older people, carers, minority ethnic people, disabled people, homeless people, lone parents, adults with additional support needs and people with long term health conditions.
Eligible activities must take place between 1st December 2021 and 31st March 2022. The activities funded must be in addition to what you are already delivering, enabling you to reach and support more individuals at risk from social isolation over this period.
It is important that you read the Frequently Asked Questions before applying, as this document contains information on the fund criteria, eligible and ineligible costs as well as other details relevant to your funding application.
Timescales for Fund
- The Fund opens on Friday 1st October 2021
- The Fund closes on Friday 5th November 2021. You can submit an application up to 23.59pm, but staff support will not be available after 5pm.
- Decisions are expected to be made by mid to end November 2021
- Eligible activities must take place between 1st December 2021 and 31st March 2022
GHSCP are keen that as many people as possible at risk from isolation benefit from this funding. Organisations are encouraged to only apply for the amount of funding they will require for their activities, preventing any underspends. This will enable the available funds to be distributed more widely across Glasgow City.
You will be asked to provide a short budget breakdown based on what you are applying for.
- There is no minimum amount available that you can apply for
- The maximum amount available is £3000
Some of the people who attend your services may require you to provide additional support to make your proposed activities accessible. If you think you would require additional funding to ensure your activities are fully accessibile, please contact the team before submitting your application.
How to Apply
In order to apply to this Fund, you must complete the online application form found below. Before starting your application, it is important that you read all the relevant documents and information including:
- Frequently Asked Questions
- List of postcodes eligible for funding
Please read all of the following information before beginning your online application. You can contact Impact Funding Partners to discuss your application by emailing email@example.com
When opening the following documents, we recommend you right click on the link and open it in a new tab. This will open the documents in a preview layout which you should then download to get the full document. By downloading each document, you can have all the relevant documents open at the same time.
This flyer gives a summary of the fund. Please download and distribute to anybody you think would be interested in this fund.
Frequently Asked Questions
This document answers many of the questions asked about this fund. Please read the document and check back for any updates and answers to additional questions. Any new answered questions will be added to the start of the document.
Beneficiaries of this fund should live within the Glasgow Health and Social Care boundary. If you are unsure, please look through this list of postcodes to check if those you plan to support are eligible.
Online Application Form
Click here to access the online application form. It is important that you have read all the information above before starting your application. There are guidance notes and prompts within the application form as well as guidance on how to save your application progress without losing any information.