Complementary Therapies in North Kensington Open for Applications

Complementary Therapies in North Kensington Open for Applications

Complementary Therapies in North Kensington Open for Applications

Funding is available for voluntary and community sector organisations to deliver Complementary Therapies as part of a North Kensington Self-Care programme. We plan to allocate between £15,000-£50,000 to each service from April 2020 – March 2021 (including a three-month trial period). The services are based on patient demand, therefore providers will be paid according to the number of sessions delivered.

Services we would like to fund

Complementary therapies - which could include massage, meditation, reflexology, head massage, and Reiki (one or all of the above)

About the North Kensington Self-Care programme

Target: Adults living in North Kensington and/or people who were affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.

Location: KCSC will support the successful provider/s to deliver sessions at the 6 North Kensington GP surgeries, plus one or two further community venues. You can apply for one surgery specifically or more.

Monitoring: the successful provider will be required to use our CRM system Charity Log and complete surveys for each client before their first session and after their last session.

Applications:  the deadline is 10am on Monday 2 March 2020. Projects will start on April 1st 2020 for an initial three-month trial with possible extension to March 31st 2021.


Click here for the application form.

Please see guidance notes for more information about the Self-Care programme and guidance notes for the completion of your application.


Kensington & Chelsea Social Council is a local charity working to strengthen voluntary and community organisations in the borough. We offer a range of FREE services to local groups such as help with funding applications, health checks, training, governance advice, project planning and monitoring support. To find out more please contact

Please note: all successful organisations must attend a workshop on how to complete the monitoring framework.

If you need support completing this application, please contact



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