New funding programme

April 13, 2017
Our new Healthy Futures funding programme focuses on young adults aged 18 to 25. We are specifically interested in projects that will have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of young adults who face ongoing health challenges, supporting and empowering them to live...
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Exercise with a twist

April 11, 2017
Age UK Enfield received a Bupa UK Foundation grant to run fitness classes for carers. Here Mark Huggard, Fit for Life Project Manager at Age UK Enfield, shares ideas on how staying fit can be fun. You can read his blog here >...
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Marking World Bipolar Day

March 30, 2017
Bipolar UK is helping individuals with bipolar better manage their condition and employers to develop informed, mentally healthy workplaces by providing tailored training and support through their Employment Support Service, which received a grant within Bupa UK Foundation's...
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When caring ends

February 15, 2017
When carers are looking after family and friends their energy is focused on helping their loved one to live as well as possible. When that person dies, it can be shattering. Jennifer Kelly, Senior Advice & Information Officer at Carers UK, talks about bereavement from t...
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When a child experiences a mental health problem, not only does this affect the child's emotional and physical wellbeing, it also has an impact on the whole family. Children's Mental Health Week (6 to 12 February 2017) is an opportunity to raise awareness and highlight the s...
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In 2016 the Bupa UK Foundation awarded £250,000 in grants for projects to support and improve the health of carers. You can read details of grants awarded on our website here. Our Caring for Carers funding programme is currently closed for applications. ...
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We are developing a new funding programme around the theme of Living Well and would welcome your views and ideas. You can help us shape this funding programme by completing a short survey. ...
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Wellbeing and creativity

November 10, 2016
Brighton based charity Creative Future received a grant from the Bupa UK Foundation to deliver creative expression workshops across Sussex supporting up to 240 people experiencing poor mental health. Dominique De-Light, Director and CoFounder of Creative Future, shares he...
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Groundswell's Homeless Health Advocacy Service offers one-to-one support for people experiencing homelessness, helping them to overcome the practical, personal and systemic barriers which prevent them from addressing their health needs. The programme is delivered by Peer Adv...
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Congratulations to everyone at Sign Health on being Highly Commended as Charity of the Year with an income of £1m to £10m in the Charity Times Awards 2016. ...
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