Local Grants Scheme
‘see me’ is Scotland’s national campaign to end the stigma and discrimination of mental ill-health.
We’re after ideas which can change people’s attitudes towards mental ill-health. If your idea is picked, your organisation will receive a grant of up to £4,000 for local grants or £6,000 for the equalities grants to turn your thought into a reality.
Please note that the Local Grants Scheme is currently being externally evaluated. Further information about future grants to follow in the summer 2013.
Your project must:
- be led by people with lived experience of mental ill-health
- change public understanding, attitudes and behaviours
- challenge stigma and discrimination associated with mental ill-health
- work in partnership with other organisations
Entries are welcome from the voluntary sector, community and health organisations.
Read our How to Apply page for more information
The equalities grant must also:
- Celebrating diversity and promote equality for all
- tackle the double or multiple stigma and discrimination that people face due to their poor mental health and the equality group that they identify with
The equality award seeks to fund projects that are led by people with lived experience of mental ill-health and who also experience inequality due to their gender, race, faith, sexuality, disability or age.