Community Grant – Restart a Heart 2024 / RCUK / Deadline 28 June

Apply for funding to raise awareness of CPR and defibrillator use in your local community.

What is available?

RCUK’s Community Grant Scheme is now open for applications.

As part of their Restart a Heart 2024 campaign, grants of up to £1,500 are available for small charities and community groups to help educate people about CPR and how to use a defib. In the UK, only 1 in 10 survive an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation education is vital to increasing the chances of survival from cardiac arrest in your community.

Who can apply?

Grants of up to £1,500 are available to small charities (with an annual income of less than £500,000) and community groups including community interest companies (CICs) and faith groups.

Funding priority will be given to charities and organisations working in geographical areas with low bystander CPR and high rates of cardiac arrest and/or working with communities experiencing inequalities in resuscitation.

Priority will also be given to applications which clearly demonstrate how the project is tailored to meet the language, cultural, and educational needs of participants.

How to Apply:

To find out more and apply please visit: Community Grant Scheme | Resuscitation Council UK

Deadline: 28 June 5pm.

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