Impact

The Maudsley Charity has funded a wide range of activity, from small individual grants through to large projects, across our hospital sites and in local communities. We make a tangible difference to the treatment and care of mental health service users at SLaM, across London and the UK.

Since 2016 the Maudsley Charity has awarded hundreds of grants to support a wide range of projects working to improve mental health

316 Total number of grants awarded

£6.34 million Total amount awarded in grants

“It turns my mood around almost immediately”

Susan, Dragon Café participant

Impact of our funding between April 2018 to March 2019

In the current period, the Charity paid out 98 grants funding a range of activity, from small individual grants through to large projects, across our hospital sites and in local communities.

Students in Bethlem Museum

9,500 people visited the Bethlem Museum of the Mind

Dragon cafe workshop

8,592 visitors to the Dragon Café

Alchemy

92 young people participated in Alchemy, a Recovery College for young people in Lewisham

Recovery college

569 new students at the SLaM Recovery College

Bethlem Garden watering

1,068 inpatients supported through hospital welfare teams to ensure they didn’t experience unnecessary hardship whilst receiving care

Virtual Reality image

10 virtual reality simulation scenarios developed by Maudsley Learning to provide high-quality, immersive mental health training

volunteer walking

370 people supported to volunteer in mental health services

Bethlem Gallery Mr X

6,000 visitors welcomed to the Bethlem Gallery

Raw Sounds

175 people accessed Raw Sounds, a programme of music workshops for people using mental health services

£1.7m grant awarded to fund the Mind and Body programme

The Mind and Body Programme has received funding from the Maudsley Charity for the 3-year Integrating our Mental and Physical Healthcare Systems (IMPHS) project which focuses on closing the mortality gap for patients at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM).
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Bethlem Outdoor Gym

“Art is the only thing I’m really passionate about – It’s a lifeline."

Courtney, Bethlem Gallery artist and River House service user