Time to Change grants fund
Want to run a project to challenge stigma and discrimination in your community and beyond?
The Time to Change grants fund could support you to do this. We fund projects that bring people with and without mental health problems together and create opportunities for them to have meaningful conversations.
- 25% of the fund is for projects run by and for people from Black and Minority Ethnic communities
- 20% is for projects that work with an audience of children and young people, in specific regions.
- We'll fund approximately 75 projects between now and 2015.
Projects must be led by people with experience of mental health problems. This means that people with first-hand experience take a lead at all levels and stages, from designing the project, to managing and evaluating the project.
Round 3 of the grants fund closed at 2pm on Tuesday 30th April 2013.
We plan to open our fourth and final round in summer 2013. If you'd like to receive updates on round 4, please email the grants team.
Please note that the guidance notes, application form and information on the grants webpages are for reference only and will be revised prior to opening round 4.
Want to know more? Follow these simple steps:
- Check you are eligible to apply by clicking through our eligibility criteria
- Find out more about social contact
- Have a look at projects we funded in round one and round two of the grants fund
- Download the relevant guidance notes and application form - for reference only
- Have a look at our frequently asked questions
- Any queries? Email the grants team or write to us at Time to Change grants team, Mind, 15-19 Broadway, London, E15 4BQ
If you are based in the South East and are interested in applying for a grant to work with children and young people, book on to an information event to find out more.
These events will cover the different ways your organisation can get involved in Time to Change's work with young people in the South East, including applying for a grant in rounds 3 and 4. There will also be the opportunity to network with other organisations.