Emotional Health & Wellbeing Support Fund

Calderdale Cares Partnership is offering funding to voluntary and community sector groups to support Calderdale residents improve their emotional health and wellbeing.

£270K is available for groups to apply for in three categories – i) up to £5K, ii) up to £10K, iii) up to £25K.

We can all help to make Calderdale a place where people live longer, safer, healthier lives.  Successful groups will be contributing to the goals of Calderdale’s Wellbeing Strategy 2022-2027.

How much can you apply for?

£270,000 is available for groups to apply for in three categories – i) up to £5K, ii) up to £10K, iii) up to £25K

What can I apply for?

Calderdale’s Wellbeing Strategy 2022-2027 outlines four main areas of focus for the borough in relation to improving wellbeing:

  • Starting well (age 0-5) – The goal is children are ready for school
  • Developing well (age 6-25) – The goal is every 15 year old has hope and aspiration
  • Living and working well – The goal is working age people have good emotional health and wellbeing and fewer suicides
  • Ageing well (over 75) – The goal is older people have strong social networks and live in vibrant communities

You can download the strategy here: https://www.calderdale.gov.uk/v2/sites/default/files/Health-and-wellbeing-strategy-2022-2027.pdf

Calderdale Cares Partnership is looking for both ‘tried and tested’ and innovative projects to support these four goals. They would like you to apply for projects or activities that help Calderdale reach their aim of ‘enabling everyone to live a larger life’. For more information, including eligibility, please download the guidance for this fund here.

How to apply

Please complete the application form online here:     

Click here to apply to the Emotional Health & Wellbeing Fund           


Please submit your application form and supporting documents by 10.00 am on Thursday 22nd September. Applicants will be notified by mid-October 2022.

Help and Advice

For application queries please contact Rachel Burnett rachelb@cffc.co.uk 01422 349700 or grants@cffc.co.uk