The Cameron Grant Memorial Trust offers small grants of between £100 and £2500 for projects seeking to trial new and innovative ways to support people in the UK who are suffering with poor mental health.
This Trust was founded in 2014 by Evan, Carol and Alastair Grant, whose son and brother Cameron took his own life aged 21 after silently suffering with depression for many years.
This is a rolling programme with no closing date. Applications will be considered at monthly trustee meetings.
Ideas would typically fit into one of the following categories:
- De-stigmatising mental ill-health
- Reducing barriers to mental health care
- Improving mental well being
The grants are for project-based activities that demonstrate clear innovation. The innovation can involve technology though it does not have to.