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Closed grant programmes

Since Help the Hospices was set up, it has been offering grants to hospices and their staff, to help them improve the quality of care given to patients, families or carers in their hospice community.

We rely upon funding for these grants from other charitable trusts and foundations and depending on the organisation providing the funding, this could last for one year or be spread over several. Below is further information about the wide range of grant programmes that we have run in the past, both in the UK and overseas.


Closed international grants

  • Global advocacy grantsAvailable to national palliative associations in resource-poor countries to fund advocacy activities tackling barriers to hospice and palliative care. Activities were related to World Hospice and Palliative Care Day on Saturday 10 October 2009.
  • Hospice23 bursariesFor people based in South American countries working in palliative care to attend the hospice23 conference. Deadline for applications 27 September 2013.
  • Latin American palliative care toolkit grants 2010For health organisations in Latin America to develop training workshops for health workers with little or no knowledge of palliative care, using the 'Palliative care toolkit'.
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