Support to BME and migrant communities
Deadline for applications is 9am Monday 17th June 2019. Applications received after this time and date will not be accepted.
A briefing and networking session will be held Monday 20th May 10am – 12 noon, at Centre 88, Saner Street, Anlaby Road, Hull. You are strongly recommended to attend if you are considering making an application.
To register for a place please contact Jane Thompson, Grants Officer , on 01482 499035 or Jane.firstname.lastname@example.org
Round 5 Outcomes
The challenges faces by people from BME and migrant communities, (and the solutions to these) are many and complex, e.g: language barriers; lack of awareness of local services and eligibility to these; the specific health and well-being challenges affecting particular communities; lack of awareness or understanding, or racism/prejudice on the part of service providers.
In this round the panel wishes to promote improved health and wellbeing, care and independence of members of Hull’s BME and migrant communities by:
- Supporting and facilitating better access to services that promote improved health and wellbeing, care and independence
- Raising awareness among BME and migrant communities about eligibility and access to services that promote improved health and wellbeing, care and independence
- Enabling members of BME and migrant communities to overcome the barriers they face to improved health and wellbeing, care and independence
The panel invites applications from:
- projects and services that promote BME and migrant communities’ improved health and wellbeing, care and independence
- and from those that need to enable increased access to their services by BME and migrant communities
Eligible projects must be targeted at people aged 16+ living in Hull, and/or registered with a Hull GP.
You can download the guidance, application form and budget spreadsheet below