Hospice Grants 2023: Dying at Home with Dignity

This grant programme will support projects that provide hospice/ palliative care for people who are terminally ill and dying at home. Funding is available to encourage hospices to expand their services to new client groups as well as their carers/families, by inspiring and funding small innovative projects that will make a tangible difference to people dying at home. The intention is that project outputs would lead to examples of best practice, a framework of ‘what good looks like’, opportunity to share issues and encourage hospices to work together to provide a specialist service.

Up to £40,000. UK Hospices. Open – 5th December 2023 to 29th January 2024

 Read more and apply here.

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