Healthier Hull Community Fund 2013/14
Applications for the Healthier Hull Community Fund 2015/16 are now closed - please vote for local projects. Click here to find out more
The Healthier Hull Community Fund was launched in July 2013 to help achieve the CCG’s ultimate goal of creating a healthier Hull. The project went to the heart of the community and invited voluntary and community groups to bid for grants of up to £5,000 for projects benefitting Hull residents and making the city a healthier place.
The goal was to give local people the chance to come up with innovative ideas to improve the health of their community; and for the wider community to decide which projects received funding. Every project had to have one or more of the following aims:
- Improving the health of their community
- Getting people active
- Helping people look after their own health and develop self-care
A public vote took place with around 250 members of the public voting live at three public events, and over 500 people completing an online vote, to award the funding. Click here for more information about the voting sessions.
Approximately £360,000 in funding was awarded to 79 projects across the city.
Watch this video to find out about just three of the projects we funded in 2013-14
Find out more about the previously funded projects here:
- Download the project directory
- Click here for Citywide projects
- Click here for East Hull projects
- Click here for West Hull projects
- Click here for North Hull projects
Does your project fit the bill? Continue to the application guidance page...