Could a grant from the HOPE Foundation help your project improve people’s health?

Are you involved with a project or organisation which is making a positive difference to people’s health? Do you have an idea for a project which would make a positive impact on people’s health locally, nationally or internationally? If so, a grant from the College’s HOPE Foundation may be able to help you.

Could a grant from the HOPE Foundation help your project improve people’s health?

Are you involved with a project or organisation which is making a positive difference to people’s health? Do you have an idea for a project which would make a positive impact on people’s health locally, nationally or internationally? If so, a grant from the College’s HOPE Foundation may be able to help you.

Our grants programme opens today for new applications for funding, which we hope to award in early 2020. A fund of the College, The HOPE Foundation supports making a real difference to health-related projects, locally, nationally and internationally.

Applications for this round of funding will close on 17 January 2020, and we expect grants from this fund to typically be between £1,000 and £10,000. An application can be made by organisations with a charitable mission. Fellows and Members of the College may also be able to apply, where the activity undertaken matches the themes of The HOPE Foundation.

In our last round of funding, seven organisations were awarded a grant including Glasgow City Mission. Read about the impact our funding to Glasgow City Mission has made for their Glasgow Winter Night Shelter.

If you are interested in applying to The HOPE Foundation, please email hope@rcpsg.ac.uk for further details.


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