There is priority to applications that have a connection to, and are championed by, a local Home Instead office.

If you are a small grass roots organisation you can apply for funding up to £500.

If you are a small local registered charity you can apply for funding up to £1,500.

Larger grants can be considered for exceptional projects.

Most of your group members must be over 55 years old or the project you are requesting funding for must benefit people aged over 55. The project must support its members through activities and projects that support wellbeing or reduce social isolation and/or loneliness. Your group must be open and inclusive irrespective of race, religion, sex or sexual orientation

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