Apply for a grant

We have a grants programme to award funding to hospital staff for projects which will help them to deliver better patient experience and care. We fund:

  • Projects which promote innovation, transformation and new service development
  • Projects which support staff in the delivery of front line patient care
  • Fast track awards (up to £2000) to support patient experience

Unfortunately, we are unable to fund:

  • Supplementary awards to major capital programmes or other CW+ funded initiatives
  • Personal welfare or individual training
  • Entertaining

To apply for a grant, please complete an application or expression of interest form by clicking on of the buttons below. If this page is not displaying correctly, please click here for grants under £2,000 and here for grants over £2,000.

Please note, for grants above £2,000, a full application form will need to be completed following your submission of the above expression of interest form. 

If you have any questions about your application, please contact or call 020 3315 6600

Examples of projects we have awarded funding to:

Sensium - wearable technology

Working with staff at West Middlesex University Hospital, we have funded a pilot study of a wearable technology which wirelessly monitors a patient's vital signs. This technology provides clinicians with real-time information about the patient’s heart rate, respiration rate and underarm temperature so they can respond much more quickly to any significant changes that may indicate the patient is deteriorating. Read more about this project here.

Laser Clinic

Our new laser clinic at 10 Hammersmith Broadway is one of only two such facilities in the UK and offers innovative treatment for sexual health conditions. Patients are benefitting from laser treatment which takes less time, replaces conventional surgery and drug therapy, and costs the NHS significantly less compared to previous treatment methods.

Games Console

We funded a Nintendo Wii games console, balance board and games for stroke patients on Nell Gwynne Ward as an engaging and fun rehabilitation tool for staff to use with patients.

The UK's first Lead Nurse in Neonatal Palliative Care

In partnership with The True Colours Trust and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, we have co-funded a five-year long project to appoint Alex Mancini as the UK’s first Lead Nurse in Neonatal Palliative Care. Read more about the project here.

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