Health & Social Care Volunteering Fund Open

Sunday, July 7, 2013 - 16:00

The Department of Health’s Health and Social Care Volunteering Fund (HSCVF) has launched its fourth local grant and capacity building scheme today. The local grant scheme 2012 funded 37 projects across England.

Information about the Fund
The HSCVF local grant and capacity building scheme has been designed to improve the voluntary sector’s potential in the health, public health and social care landscape by helping them to become more sustainable.

The HSCVF differs from many other grant funding schemes as it aims to help organisations grow and develop, not just provide a short term input of grant monies. This is why the funding offer for all successful applicants includes both the tailored capacity building support package which aims to build organisational capacity that will assist with longer term sustainability and grant monies to develop volunteer-led service delivery through a discrete project.

Find out more about the scheme can make a difference to local voluntary sector organisations here - Further information on the Fund is also enclosed. 

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