Families and parents of children under 12 (in particular parents of 2 to 3-year-olds)
Groups for over 65s
People from at risk populations, eg children, pregnant women, older adults, people with disabilities
African, Caribbean, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, and Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities
People living in Ham, Petersham, Richmond Riverside, Beverly, Berrylands, Sutton central, St Helier, Wandle Valley, Queenstown, Latchmere, East Merton, Croydon North, Addington and Fairfield.
Specific groups experiencing poorer than average health access.
This year, the South West London Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) Alliance is managing the grant process on behalf of South West London NHS - via Croydon Voluntary Action. Our VCSE Alliance aims to:
be a link between local voluntary and community sector organisations and other partners within our ICS.
share valuable insight and information to support and promote shared learning and collaboration across the different partners.
be a strategic partner within the ICS and support the transformation of health and care services for local people.