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Waterloo & South Bank Health and Wellbeing Grants Fund 2024

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Waterloo and South Bank Health and Wellbeing Grant Fund 2024, funded by Lambeth Together and run by SoWN. This fund supports projects that promote the general health and wellbeing of people living in the Waterloo and South Bank Ward and the area of Kennington Ward immediately alongside the Waterloo Ward. See this map of the area covered. Projects must be primarily for benefit of people living or working in this part of Lambeth, though people from nearby areas may also take part. Projects working with those in need will be especially welcome, but so will projects that more generally encourage community health and wellbeing. For typical examples of projects previously funded elsewhere in Lambeth click here


Who may apply. You can apply either as an organisation or an individual, as long as it is clear there is a community benefit. If applying as an individual, you will need to provide contact details for one referee who can vouch for your work. All personal data will be held securely according to GDPR regulations.


Grant Size. Applications may be for amounts from £500 up to £8,000. We are keen to encourage new projects as well as support successful existing ones, and applications for smaller projects will be treated as seriously as larger ones. The total amount available for distribution is £50,000. Please apply for no more than is needed for your project so that we can support as many proposals as possible.

The Deadline for Submissions is 11 p.m. on Monday 26 February. Decisions will be made by a panel drawn from the local community and their decision will be final. The aim will be to decide and communicate which projects have been accepted, within 3 weeks of that date. Projects must be completed by the end of March 2025.

To apply, please click on the button below and complete the application form.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This application uses Google Forms.  If you have a Google account, your answers will be automatically saved, so you can close and return to the form later (by reopening it from the web page) before submitting it. If you do not have a Google account the form will give you a prompt to do so (it is free). If you don’t wish to do so, you will need to complete and submit the form in one sitting as closing the form will not save what you have entered. You can download the questions by clicking here to help you prepare your submission. 

If you have any questions, please contact:

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