Cwm Taf Morgannwg Carers Grant: Application window open for Bridgend County

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Carers Grant
Deadline – Monday 26th April 2021 (12 Noon)

What’s available?
One off grants of up to £5,000, £10,000 or £20,000 for organisations to work in Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil and/or Rhondda Cynon Taf for a project aimed at supporting Carers of all ages in the community. Regional working is encouraged.

Who?
Projects should support Carers of all ages within the community

What can I apply for?
The aims of the project should reflect at least one of the four Welsh Government national priorities to
enhance the lives of Carers:

Welsh Government’s four national priorities are:

  • Identifying and valuing unpaid Carers.   All unpaid Carers must be valued and supported to make an informed choice about the care they provide and to access the support they need whilst caring and when the caring role comes to an end;
  •  Providing information, advice and assistance. It is vital that all unpaid Carers have access to the right information and advice at the right time in an appropriate format;
  •  Supporting life alongside caring.  All unpaid Carers must have the opportunity to take breaks from their caring role to enable them to maintain their own health and well-being and have a life alongside caring;
  • Supporting unpaid Carers in education and the workplace. Employers and educational/training settings should be encouraged to adapt their policies and practices, enabling unpaid Carers to work and learn alongside their caring role.

When?
Deadline for applications is 12 Noon on Monday 26th April 2021

How?
The application form can be downloaded here

or Email: Cerys.gamble@wales.nhs.uk


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