In the past few months, Imperial Health Charity have worked hand-in-hand with Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust on its Covid-19 response. As we plan forward, we remain committed to supporting Trust staff and patients, and will continue to work strategically with the Trust’s senior teams. Trust staff looking for funding support should please contact email@example.com where you will be asked to complete an expression of interest form.
Our Compassionate Communities programme to help improve the health and wellbeing of people in north west London most affected by Covid-19 is now closed. We're continuing to support Trust staff and patients through our grants programme. To find out more about how we can help you, read more about our work below.
Funding is available to support patients and families in extreme financial difficulty as a result of being in hospital or having hospital treatment. Support is available for patients and their families to cover the cost of travel, accommodation, funeral expenses and essentials.
Grants of up to £1,500 are available per patient and applications are accepted year-round.
Our Small Grants programme provides funding for bright ideas to support staff in improving patient care across the Trust and towards staff amenities where appropriate.
Funding of up to £10,000 per project is available and applications are accepted year-round.
Our Research Fellowships programme is open to all staff at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust to undertake a research project that will make an impact on patient care within the Trust, its surrounding communities and the wider NHS. With funding available to cover an individual's salary and related research expenses, the fellowships provide a unique opportunity for staff to start or continue their academic research career.
Innovate at Imperial enables Trust staff to explore novel and innovative ways of improving health and social care. This can include projects that address hospital processes, support staff wellbeing, enhance patient safety or improve patient care.
The charity oversees over 400 donor-gifted funds, each with a specific purpose to support a particular ward, department, area of research, service or group of patients.
The charity team, trustees and designated special fund advisers identify ways to utilise these individual funds to make a real difference to a wide range of Trust departments and services.
For any additional information or guidance, please contact the charity's grants team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
or calling 0203 675 2414