Funded by HM Treasury

One is Too Many

Part of the Veterans’ Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund, the One is Too Many programme will award grants of up to £300,000 to two-year projects that aim to reduce suicide risks within vulnerable veterans in a coordinated and targeted way

Closes noon 14th December 2020

Grants of up to £300,000 available

Working with partners is encouraged

Introduction

Part of the Veterans’ Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund, the One is Too Many programme will award grants of up to £300,000 to two-year projects that aim to reduce suicide risks within vulnerable veterans in a co-ordinated and targeted way.

Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for this funding, you must be an Armed-Forces-supporting charity or CIC.

You can work with other organisations as part of your project. We encourage this, and expect that strong applications will work with relevant partners. A full list of eligibility is available in the programme guidance below.

What’s available

Grants of up to £300,000 for projects lasting up to two years are available. We would not expect to fund a project of less than £100,000 as this would be less likely to support the overall programme aims. We anticipate funding only 3-5 projects overall.

Themes and priorities

Your project must show that it will be likely to reduce suicides in veterans through

Providing direct support to groups of veterans who are at significant risk of suicide and are not accessing support 

or

Delivering a project that will have a clear and demonstrable impact on suicide prevention through changing how support is offered to save lives

There is more information in the programme guidance

Deadlines and dates to note

This programme will remain open until noon on 14th December 2020

Guidance and resources

Click here for the application guidance
Application Guidance

Take a look at the application questions in this downloadable Word document. This is for information only. To apply, you must use our online application form.

Apply to this programme

If you wish to apply to this programme and have read the programme guidance document and all other relevant resources, then click the link below to be taken to the online application form.

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