Home Instead Bring Joy Foundation

Grants are available to fund projects that further the needs of our ageing adult population (aged over 55) through well-being activities and programmes to prevent social isolation and loneliness.

Small, grassroots organisations can apply for up to £500. Small, local registered charities can apply for up to £1,500.

Individuals may be funded but only if it is to provide access to the applicant group (i.e. transport costs or communications devices to access group activities).

No deadline

Read more and apply here.

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