Impact summary: 2022-23
At Maudsley Charity we fund and promote ideas, collaborations and teams that give people most affected by mental ill-health the best chance to recover and fulfil their potential. Find out more about the impact we've made in the financial year 2022-23.
This year has been simultaneously one of growth, and of greater focus. As we have increased our ambition, our funding commitment, and the size of the team that we need to deliver effectively, we want to ensure that we put those resources to work on the issues and in the spaces where they can make the most positive change.
We provide funding for projects through a selection of programmes.
Thematic funding: Large-scale programmes that aim to make change by placing greater focus on specific areas over a longer period. These are areas where we know we can make a tangible and lasting difference to people’s lives.
Anchor grants: Long-term, stable funding for four projects which collectively support South London and Maudsley through programmes and activities for service users, as well as the preservation of the Trust’s archive.
South London and Maudsley grants: This package of grants is exclusively available to South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and acknowledges our strong historical and ongoing ties.
Infrastructure grants: This programme addresses underlying obstacles to good quality care. The majority of these grants go to South London and Maudsley or projects on which they partner with King’s IoPPN.
Transformation grants: Our flagship project, The Pears Maudsley Centre for Children and Young People, was funded from this programme which is focused on large-scale projects.
Every single one of the projects we invest in has the potential for positive impact on the lives of people with mental illness and the lives of those caring for them. We’re shining a light on just a few of these projects.
Pears Maudsley Centre for Children and Young People
Transforming young people’s mental health care and support through pioneering new approaches. Funding to date: £10.3m
Coordinated care for mind and body
The Integrating our Mental and Physical Healthcare Systems project (IMPHS) is treating body and mind for a better quality of life. Total funding awarded: £1.7m
Giving patients and staff a voice around the use of body-worn cameras in mental health settings. Total funding awarded: £60,872
Peer support projects
Two projects improving health care by involving service users. Total funding provided: £15,900
Volunteer Service at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Supporting the NHS in hospitals and in the community. Funding awarded 2022-25: £432,950
Football Beyond Borders
The right support helps young people thrive in and out of school. Football Beyond Borders describe themselves as 'therapists in track suits'. Total funding awarded: £65,000
Hear from some of the real people who have contributed to and benefitted from the work we fund.