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#SpeakUp grant applications are now open

#SpeakUp grant applications are now open

The Healthwatch #SpeakUp small grants programme allows voluntary, community, or not-for-profit groups to apply for funding of up to £500.

Groups can use these grants to run projects which help local people to share their experiences of health and social care services in Sheffield, and how services can improve to meet their needs.

Healthwatch want to find out what matters to local people.

They are especially interested in hearing from those who find it hardest to be heard, and want to use their views and experiences to improve health, care and wellbeing in Sheffield.

How to apply:
You can download the application form here: Speak Up Grants Round 3 Application Form

Read the guidance here: Guidance – Speak Up Grants

To read about previous projects funded by the #SpeakUp Grants, click here.

If you have any questions about the grants or would like an informal chat about your ideas, please contact Mark Smith on m.smith@healthwatchsheffield.co.uk or 0114 253 6687.

The deadline for applications is 27th February 2020.


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