Collaborative community research to tackle health inequalities funding opportunity

Apply for funding to create and test collaborative models for the integration of cultural, community and natural environment assets into health and care systems.

Grants of up to £2,500,000 are available for interdisciplinary teams as part of the UKRI Mobilising community assets to tackle health inequalities programme. Applications should be led by an academic organisation but must involve representation from community, health and other non-academic partners within the leadership team, including for example, individuals from local government, health and social care, community organisations, and particular important, people with lived experience.

For further details see: to register for one of our in-person networking events in Manchester 17th April (11am-4pm) or London 28th April (11am-4pm) visit: