We're running a new small grant scheme!

04 March 2020

The small grants will support children and young people in undertaking creative projects about climate change.


This article was amended on 19 March 2020, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. For further details, please access the latest news article

Are you a school, non-profit organisation or community group in and around Glasgow working with children or young people up to the age of 26?

In anticipation of the COP 26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow in November 2020, we want to amplify the voices of children and young people around climate change.

The purpose of this grant is to support organisations working with children and young people to produce creative output which communicates their views on the impacts of climate change on health and wellbeing. More information about the aims, priorities and assessment criteria of the grant can be found in the application form.

Photo of a person painting a flower on an outside wall

If you would like to apply for a small grant of up to £2,000, please submit a completed application form (see link to application form below) before the deadline on 2nd April 2020 at 5pm.

Activities funded by the scheme will take place between April and September 2020.

An informal event will be held on Wednesday 7th October at The Lighthouse, Mitchell Lane, Glasgow to showcase the funded works. Representatives from all projects, including children and young people, will be invited to attend along with invited audience of influential policy makers and practitioners.

How to apply

Fill in and save the application form and email it to info@gcph.co.uk with “Small Grants Scheme” in the heading.  

Alternatively, you can post it to: Glasgow Centre for Population Health, 3rd Floor, Olympia Building, Bridgeton Cross, Glasgow G40 2QH. 

Download the application form

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