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Local Grants And Young People’s Grant Scheme 2013

See your ideas come to life with a £4,000 grant

‘see me’ is Scotland’s national campaign to end the stigma and discrimination of mental ill-health and right now, we’re looking for your help.

We will fund projects that give a strong anti-stigma message and are aimed at helping to end discrimination of mental ill-health. There are two categories, our general Local Grants Award and our Young People’s Award. For both awards we are after ideas that can change people’s attitudes and behaviours towards people with mental ill-health.

Young People’s Award

Young people will play a central role in the design and delivery of the project you have in mind. Your project will enhance the understanding of young people to tackle stigma and discrimination.

If your idea is chosen, your organisation will receive a grant of up to £4,000 to turn your plans into reality. So, if you have some fresh thinking that could make a difference, we’d like to hear from you.

If you have an idea visit us at http://www.seemescotland.org/getinvolved/local-grants-scheme/how-to-apply where you will find our guidelines and application forms. Entries are welcome from the voluntary sector, arts, community and health organisations.

Applications open on the 15th of July and close on the 15th August 2013.

Web: www.seemescotland.org & www.seemescotland.org/whatsonyourmind

Telephone: 0131 554 0218

1/3 Great Michael House 14 Links Place Edinburgh EH6 7EZ Fax: 0131 553 3217

‘see me’ is Scotland’s national campaign to end the stigma and discrimination of mental ill-health.  We are run by an alliance of five mental health organisations:  HUG;  Penumbra; RCPsych in Scotland; SAMH and Support in Mind Scotland. (SAMH) is a company limited by guarantee, registered in Scotland No 82340. Scottish Charity, No: SC-008897. Registered office: Brunswick House, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow G1 1UZ

 

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