We distribute grants through a mix of direct funding and open calls. Direct funding refers to longer-term strategic funding allocated through our existing institutional partnerships and is not open to applications. Our open-call grants invite qualifying organisations and projects to apply based on a set of eligibility criteria.
We have transitioned to a new grant strategy and over the next five years have allocated £20 million to two priority areas:
- Living Well With Psychosis
- Children and Young People Most At Risk of Mental Illness (launching in 2023)
You can explore all of our current and previous grant programmes below.
The following schemes previously provided funding for initiatives from researchers and community organisations. We are in the process of developing new funding opportunities for community organisations under our two new themes.
If you are receiving funding from the Charity, find out how to acknowledge your grant with logos, social media and more.
Working in partnership
We work closely with a range of organisations and we're keen to partner with others that share our values and goals.
Find out more about the impact of our funding through 360Giving, reports and publications including our Annual Report.
Projects we've funded
Explore some of the projects we have funded, from multi-million pound clinical and research initiatives, to small scale services supporting people in the community.