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We were absolutely thrilled to be able to make a grant of £10,000 to iheart to fund their training programmes in primary and secondary schools . iheart supports young people, parents, schools and educators by providing a range of specialised courses and programmes on mental health education, resilience and wellbeing.
We were delighted to make a grant of £1,000 to Beyond to help fund their ongoing work in schools with which they have connected via their Inside Out Day. Beyond are a grant-giving organisation committed to making a difference to the mental health of young people up and down the UK
We were thrilled to make a grant of £3,600 to The Ollie Foundation to help fund their student mental health support programme. This Watford based charity offering suicide awareness, prevention and intervention training
We were delighted to make a grant of £5,000 to this amazing non-profit organisation based in Cardiff that raised awareness of depression and self-harm in young people
It was our absolute pleasure to make a grant of £4,000 to this Finchley based organisation offering training in child and adolescent psychotherapy and counselling
We were thrilled to make a grant of £3,000 to this Watford based charity offering suicide awareness, prevention and intervention training
To apply for an Oli Leigh Trust grant please download and complete the grant application form, making reference to the grant-making policy guidelines. Applications may be submitted in another format provided the application covers all of the headings in the application form.
Grant applications for 2022 must be received by the Trust no later than 30th November 2021 and may be sent by post or email to the address on the application form. All applicants will be notified in writing within two months of the application deadline.