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Webinar: Helping you apply to The National Lottery Heritage Fund

Webinar: Helping you apply to The National Lottery Heritage Fund

Wed, 13 July 2022

14:00 – 16:00 BST

Online

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A webinar for anyone working in the West Midlands looking to apply to The National Lottery Heritage Fund to support wellbeing projects.

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About this event

Join this event to find out more about the funding programmes and key outcomes from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, the latest news from the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance West Midlands and about the core work from Hip Hop Heals and The Lived Experience Network.

The National Lottery Heritage Fund

The Midlands & East Engagement Team at The National Lottery Heritage Fund are looking to support groups and organisations working in culture, health and wellbeing in the West Midlands on how to apply to the National Lottery Grants for Heritage Programme. The informal session will explore what a well-planned heritage project looks like and will cover topics such as:

  • what do we mean by heritage?
  • how to meet our mandatory inclusion outcome ‘a wider range of people will be involved in heritage’ and information about the ‘people will have greater wellbeing’ outcome
  • tips to plan a strong funding application for grant requests between £3,000 and £250,000

Who is this webinar for: For groups or organisations based in the West Midlands who are interested in finding out more about how to fulfil the wellbeing outcome, and will be particularly useful for first time applicants to The National Lottery Grants for Heritage Programme. We will be focusing on grant requests between £3,000 and £250,000.

Speakers: Engagement Managers from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Kiz Manley (Hip Hop Heals and The LENs), Helen Fountain and Rachel Marsden (West Midlands CHWA Regional Champions) and Hayley Youell ( National Co-ordinator, Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance)

Accessibility: This event is supported by a BSL interpreter and Zoom captioning. If we can support accessibility in any other way, please contact info@culturehealthandwellbeing.org.uk