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Keep Warm and Well in Winter Programme

Age UK Lewisham & Southwark’s Warm and Well in Winter (WWW) Programme provides support and advice for older people in Southwark on how to maintain their independence, safety, wellbeing and provide easy access to services to support vulnerable older people through the winter months.

As part of the project we have small grants available for local organisations and groups (including Tenants and Residents Associations and faith groups) towards the cost of one activity or event they would like to host in the community to reach vulnerable older people who live in Southwark this winter. Through the event or activity, the Warm and Well in Winter Programme team will be able to reach more older people and ensure they receive the information and support they need to keep well this winter.

Grants criteria

Spread The WarmGrants will only be awarded to organisations and groups that are based in Southwark and that work with older people, particularly those with pre-existing and long-term illnesses and chronic medical conditions; including dementia, learning disabilities, enduring mental health problems, arthritis, limited mobility or otherwise at risk of falls, or who, are living in deprived circumstances including those at risk of fuel poverty or at risk of social isolation.
The activities or events that we will fund will be ones that will:

  • reduce social isolation amongst older vulnerable people and
  • link people into services and
  • take place within the London Borough of Southwark

All successful applicants will be required to:

  • give a survey to fill in to their participants at the beginning of their event and
  • to provide a brief evaluation on how their activity has achieved these outcomes;

Successful applicants will be expected to return participants surveys and the WWW Event/Activity Evaluation form within a week after their event/activity took place.

The small grants are available for up to £250. We welcome joint applications for larger grants.

Priority will be given to groups and organisations  who have not previously  received a Weathering Well (Warm and Well in Winter or Summer Health Promotion) small grant.

To apply for a small grant please complete an Application Form. You can find Evaluation Form and Criteria. IF you have problems downloading the documents, visit  the website or email living.well@ageuklands.org.uk or call 020 7358 4079.

Last date for receipt of applications is 11th December 2015

The small grants will be allocated on an on going basis; therefore we recommend that you send your application form back as soon as possible. If you have previously received a grant you can still apply however you will only be notified whether your bid has been successful after the closing date.

All events and activities must take place BEFORE 29th February 2016.

Please email your completed application to: living.well@ageuklands.org.uk

Your can also send it by post to:

Winter Health Promotion Programme
Age UK Lewisham & Southwark
Stones End Centre,
11 Scovell Road London, SE1 1QQ

If you have any queries or require support in completing your application our programme coordinator is available between 9am and 5pm on 020 7358 4079.

Learn more about  Preparing for Winter here


AgeUK Lambeth and Southwark
Warm and Well in Winter Programme is a project  funded by the NHS – Southwark CCG 2
Not that the criteria of eligibility  may be subject to changes during the programme to respond to the requirements of our funder.

‘Improving life for older people in Lewisham and Southwark’
Age UK Lewisham and Southwark is a registered charity (No. 296862) and company limited by guarantee. Registered in England and Wales No. 2118525.

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