New grants programme: High Impact Cardiovascular Disease Interventions

This programme is now closed.

Grants awarded within this programme will typically be between £50,000 and £200,000.

To mark its 20th anniversary Burdett Trust is launching a new funding strategy focused on reducing death and the impact of longer-term disability related to non-communicable diseases (NCDs). The epidemic of NCDs is straining health systems across the world and the United Nations General Assembly’s ‘2030 Sustainable Development Goals’ includes a target for reducing these premature deaths by one-third. 

Over the next five years, the Burdett Trust will run a series of grant programmes targeting one of the four main categories of non-communicable diseases.  The first programme invites applications for effective, impactful interventions focused on reducing the effects of cardiovascular disease (CVD).  

Please use the links below to access the guidance material and online application form for this programme:

The deadline for applications is Midnight, 11 March 2022.  Applicants are strongly advised to apply well in advance of the deadline.

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