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Apply Now for the See Me Community Innovation Fund

image Published: Nov 03, 2015

The application stage for the 2016 See Me Community Innovation Fund is now open. The Fund is open to all groups, organisations or individuals who have a great idea for a project to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination.

See Me is  particularly looking for projects which aim to make real changes in workplaces, in health and social care or with children and young people.

There are two levels of funds available, the large fund has up to £20,000 available to groups for projects which can tackle mental health discrimination over the course of a year, or £4000 is available for six month projects which engage local communities and help stop discriminatory behaviour.

There is also have £2000 available to help people to create networks and start the process of developing and delivering projects.

Find out more here.

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