Reducing Health Inequalities in Dudley Borough

September 14, 2022
Published by Dudley CVS

Reducing Health Inequalities in Dudley Borough
Voluntary Sector Funding Programme 2022 – now open for applications

Earlier in 2022 the Black Country Integrated Care Board allocated £160,318 to Dudley partners to address Core20PLUS6* and local priorities for reducing health inequalities. The initial timescales for distribution were incredibly challenging. Dudley partners decided to delay the process and design a way forward which would enable inclusivity and maximise the impact of this funding. There may be further resource in addition to the £160,318 during 2023/24.

The funding programme is now open for applications from voluntary sector organisations operating in Dudley borough.

Dudley CVS, Black Country Integrated Care Board and Dudley MBC will be hosting an online voluntary sector session on 22nd September 2022, 3 – 4pm. The session will provide the opportunity for voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations to come together to:

– Discuss the aims and expectations of the funding.
– Learn more about Core20PLUS6 and local priorities.
– Explore opportunities for collaborative projects, sharing of resources, skills and knowledge.
– Identify ways of sharing learning and stories from funded projects.

We are keen to surface and nurture innovative ideas and creative solutions to tackling health inequalities in Dudley borough from a diverse range of organisations.

Closing date for applications is 5pm Thursday 20th October 2022.

For more information and an application form please download the guidance pack.

If you would like attend the online session on 22nd September, please email for the zoom link.

Recent Articles

Filter Articles