Funding Opportunities

£11 million funding announced to transform North Wales health and social care services


More than £2 million is to be invested into providing urgent mental health support for those in crisis across north Wales.


The money, which is part of a larger £11 million pot announced by the Welsh Government, aims to transform the way health and social care services across the region.



SME support to evaluate innovative medical technologies: Round 4


SMEs can apply for a share of £1.5 million to support the evaluation of innovative medical devices, diagnostics and regulated digital health products.


Competition opens: Tuesday 23 April 2019

Competition closes: Wednesday 3 July 2019 12:00pm


£4.8m available to scale up local digital adult social care projects


Organisations that provide and commission adult social care services are invited to bid for a share of £4.8m to enable them to roll out their local digital projects on a wider scale.  


Applications for the Social Care Digital Pathfinders grant open today for existing products and services that have already been piloted in small local areas, or have a strong evidence base, with the view to implementing them on a larger scale.


The deadline for applications is Wednesday May 22 at 5pm.


There will be two webinars on Wednesday 10 April and on Monday 29 April for potential applicants to ask questions. Email scp.general@nhs.net for more information and to book a place.



Skills for Care invites grant applications for Workforce Development Fund.


Skills for Care is inviting grant applications for the Workforce Development Fund (WDF) 2019-20.

The WDF is funding from the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), disseminated by Skills for Care, to help adult social care employers in England towards the cost of developing their workforce.


To view the full list of funded qualifications and learning programmes visit www.skillsforcare.org.uk/wdfquals



Comic Relief teams up with Paul Hamlyn Foundation for £2.4m digital grant programme


The Tech for Good programme will run for three years until 2021 and will offer funding for projects that use technology to deliver better services. It will also offer support form experts and advisers.


Grants of up to £48,000 are available over a nine-month period.