Charities shortlisted for the Simplyhealth Grant

whatCharity exists to facilitate communication and collaboration among members of the charity community. Our Simplyhealth Grant Programme was a recent example of this and we are happy to announce it was a great success! We received hundreds of applications from an exciting range of charitable organisations. Below is our shortlist of charities who have progressed to the penultimate stage of the process. These charities submitted detailed and strong applications which expressed innovative ideas. Draw on this list if you are a company or individual interested in investing in, or working together with a strong charity partner.


Chesire Without Abuse

You Make It

Solace Women’s Aid

Children in Need Fund

Northwick Park Cardiac Research Charity

Mercy in Action

Cornwall air ambulance trust  

Camden Psychotherapy Unit

The Multiple Sclerosis Trust

Body & Soul

lancashire mind

The Grange at Bookham

The Daisy Appeal

Suffolk refugee Support

YMCA Thames Gateway



Action for Elders Trust

Alzheimer’s Society

Rape and Sexual Violence Project

Herpes Viruses Association

Cornwall Hospice Care



Age UK Lancashire

Age Uk Milton Keynes

Butterwick Hospice Care

Music in Hospitals & Care

Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Foundation

citizens advice

Care for the Carers

The Rainbow Centre

The Springfield Project

St Gemma’s Hospice

Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales

Red Zebra Community Solutions

Blesma, The Limbless Veterans



Grace Organisation


St Martins

Northampton Hope Centre

Muscular Dystrophy UK

St Wilfrid’s Hospice (Eastbourne)

Action for Stammering Children

Roald Dahls Marvellous Childrens Charity

Alpha House Calderdale

Treetops Hospice Care

Warrington Youth Club Limited

Guy’s and St Thomas’ charity

Family Action

Karis Neighbour Scheme



The Harbour

The Royal Society for Blind Children

Overgate Hospice

Defence Medical Welfare Service

Dorothy House Hospice Care

Cavendish Cancer Care