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Theme report for Health and medicine #39025 Public

Created for Sickle cell and Young Stroke Survivors 11 months ago

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Main Grants by Garfield Weston Foundation #586494

Garfield Weston Foundation is a family-founded, grant-making trust which has been supporting charities across the UK for over 50 years. From small community groups to large national institutions, their aim is to support organisations that have effective solutions to helping those most in need. For regular grants - under £100,000 - they operata a one stage application process and applicants will know the outcome of their request within four months of applying. They accept applications at any time so there are no formal deadlines for submitting applications that you need to worry about.

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India Open Grants by Paul Hamlyn Foundation #586493

This Fund seeks to meet our strategic aim to enable vulnerable communities living in priority geographical areas to improve their lives.

Many communities in India have inherent strengths which are often overlooked when modern development frameworks are used to view them. They have closely knit societies, progressive views and approaches to resource utilisation and sustainability, and are extremely conscious of their relationship with the environment. Their traditional knowledge has relevance to modern ways of living.

But traditional communities face many challenges. They are riven by attitudes that promote inequality, mostly due to caste. They are strongly patriarchal and not necessarily democratic in their outlook. The opening up of spaces, development of infrastructure, particularly roads, and hegemony of the modern development paradigm have all led them to become vulnerable. They are now unfortunately living on the margins and have been excluded in the development process.

Movements, over time, of people to urban centres, driven by economic forces, have transported some of these issues to urban centres. Urban development concerns emerge largely around building a balance between the hugely important roles that migrants have and will play and the ability of urban centres to provide for them. Addressing the concerns of the urban poor is a significant development challenge, but knowledge and experience is far less than for rural settings.

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Major Grants by Garfield Weston Foundation #586492

For application of £100,000 or more. These are reviewed at one of the Foundation’s eight Board meetings a year and are carefully planned in advance to be fair to all applicants. If you are considering applying for a major grant, please start by sending a one page summary to Grace da Rocha via gdarocha@garfieldweston.org outlining what you are raising funds for, the total cost and fundraising target. We can give you bespoke guidance on whether you are eligible. Please note that if you are applying for £100,000 or more we typically expect your project and/or annual income to be in excess of £1 million. Please do not apply for a major grant through our website.

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Proposal
Title
Supporting Transition in the Community (STIC) Project
Description
The aim of ‘SCYSS Transition in the Community (STIC) project’ to support young people living with Sickle cell anaemia/Childhood stroke, between the ages of 14 to 18 years to adjust to major transitions as they prepare to move from Paediatric to Adult services in the community and hospital. The support that we will offer will include becoming independent, increasing well-being, managing finance and managing their condition. We know that this is a time for young people to begin to let go of parents/carers that have shielded them and guided them from birth to live and manage their condition. Many find it comforting to have parents come with them for hospital appointments and sit with them through blood transfusions but it comes a time when they will have to do these by themselves therefore for the process to happen easily we would like to support them in their homes and in the community in their Transition journey.
Support type
Revenue - Project
Amount sought
Between £15,000 and £20,000
Area of benefit
Regional - United Kingdom
Themes
Children and young people • Health and medicine • Disability • Mental wellbeing, diseases and disorders • Family and relationships
Recipient
Name
Sickle cell and Young Stroke Survivors
Type
A charitable organisation - Registered charity
Country
United Kingdom
Area
London
Annual income
£10k - £99k
Operating for
4 years or more