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Health Grants for Organisations

Cloudesley’s current Health Grants to Organisations Programme runs from 2019 to 2024. It aims to reduce health inequalities in Islington by improving health outcomes for people experiencing multiple disadvantage.


Development Fund

The Development Fund supports organisations to test new approaches to tackling health inequalities or address an identified gap in local service provision. Cloudesley works in partnership with delivery organisations to co-produce these projects.

Please note, we have a limited budget for the Development Fund and it is likely that we will only be able to support one or two projects through this fund at any one time.


Manor Gardens Welfare Trust

Grants Support Fund

The Grants Support Fund offers additional support to organisations funded by Cloudesley. It is designed to help groups enhance impact and achieve sustainability. Cloudesley will work with groups to identify their needs and agree appropriate support. This may be training, monitoring tools, or a bespoke consultancy package.


Islington Centre for Refugees and Migrants

Principal Grants Fund

The Principal Grants Fund provides multi-year grants to voluntary sector organisations with a track record of delivering positive health outcomes for local residents. Grant funding can be used for core running costs or towards specific project costs. 12 local organisations are currently receiving multi-year grants through the Principal Grants Fund.

Applications by invitation only.

Stuart Low Trust

Small Grants Fund

The Small Grants Fund provides grants of up to £10,000 for smaller organisations supporting Islington residents with health issues who are on low or no income. For more details, see the Small Grants Fund page.

The Fund is now closed to applications. 

Small Grants Fund


Scarabeus Aerial Theatre
Photographer: Henri T

Strategic Grants Fund

Cloudesley has also agreed multi-year grants for organisations providing outreach and advice services. This fund also includes the charity’s contribution to Islington Giving, an independent group of funders, businesses, voluntary organisations and residents working together to tackle poverty and inequality in Islington.

Applications by invitation only.


Islington Law Centre