Peer Support Grants from Leeds Mind

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Leeds Mind is excited to announce it has been awarded funding from National Mind to support individuals, groups and organisations develop peer support in the community.

The funding is in the form of small grants that individuals, groups and organisations are able to apply for.

The grants are up to £250 and are aimed to support with the development of peer support groups.

Additional support is also available in the form of training and one to one support.

How to apply

To apply, a short application form needs to be completed and returned to Leeds Mind

Please note there are limited grants available, so if you are interested, please apply sooner rather than later!

For further information contact Roz Doherty on 0113 305 5800 or email

Download Peer Support poster.

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2019-05-15T11:31:17+00:00 15th May 2019|0 Comments

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