TEWV Innovation Fund.
Funded by Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust (TEWV) and managed by Your Consortium, the TEWV Innovation Fund aims to support innovative projects supporting individuals living with, or at risk of, mental ill health and/or learning disabilities.
TEWV are committed to identifying and developing innovative approaches to improving mental health for people within the York and Selby locality and to maximising outcomes delivered through mental health system resources. In particular we recognise the important contribution made by the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector in achieving both these aims and we continue to build ever stronger relationships with the sector.
The TEWV Innovation Fund is rooted in this belief in the value of the VCSE contribution and specifically its ability to bring innovation and new thinking to service delivery.
We are pleased to announce the new round of funding is now open and we are looking for project applications.
To apply for funding please download the application form below, complete it and forward it to us. We’ve provided a guidance document to help you successfully complete your application.
The closing date for applications will be 2pm on Friday the 12th April 2019
Please note Your Consortium Ltd will only accept applications in hard copy, sent by post or delivered by hand, applications sent by e-mail will not be accepted.
To download an application form in MS Word format please click here…
To download a copy of the Guidance Document please click here…
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It was great to catch up with Greg from New Visuality and the team at Blueberry Academy in York at their recent fashion show event. The event was the culmination of workshop sessions which helped participants explore notions of style and confidence. Their thoughts were then developed into slogans and these were produced as a range of T shirts. Check out our new video case study here…
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To see Jessica and the group in action please click here…
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Check out their video here…