News flash: IMHN has been announced as the new Independent Facilitator for the Greater Manchester Adult Mental Health Service User Network. Click here to read more.
Content note; please note that this piece contains discussions of suicide and self-harm.
The Suicide Prevention Innovation Fund, launched by IMHN in the run up to Shine On (a campaign about working together to prevent suicide) back in September 2019. The fund was launched to support local groups whose work helps to prevent suicide and self-harm across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (‘BNSSG’).
We were delighted to receive a large variety of applications from a number of local groups across the area, with some original initiatives concerning suicide prevention. Many of these have already taken place – you can read about what went on here.
Due to the success of the fund, IMHN and the Shine On campaign are excited to launch a second round of funding, for initiatives taking place into the new year of 2020.
The Suicide Prevention Innovation Fund supports local groups whose work helps to prevent suicide and self-harm across the BNSSG area. In particular, we are looking for imaginative and innovative projects which aim to reduce the numbers of suicides in:
This innovation grant is available to support new or emerging projects. They can benefit from a small pot of funding that is intended to support initiatives that prevent suicides and reduce self-harm in the BNSSG area.
Applicants can apply for one-off funding grants of up to £250 towards their project (or up to £500 where it is across BNSSG).
Any applications will be considered in the order that they are received; please therefore send your application in as soon as you can, as interest is high.
December 6, 2019 at 5:19 pm