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Macmillan's inclusion grants aim to support and encourage the development of user involvement activity. They allow people affected by cancer to network with social care organisations, community and voluntary groups and NHS bodies, like Cancer Networks and Primary Care trusts.
They also help to increase the diversity of people actively involved with Macmillan, health and social care organisations, and community and voluntary groups.
Activities and projects funded by this grant should:
Groups can apply for up to £3,000 to fund new creative and/or developmental user involvement activities and projects.
However we don't fund;
The 2013 round of grant applications is now open. Find out how to apply. |
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