We focus on four complex health issues more prevalent in urban areas
With the Social Progress Imperative, we've developed the first neighbourhood level, health-focused social progress index of its kind.
With Wellcome Trust
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Updates from our urban health partnerships.
Research and development
In urban places, addressing health inequity means acting on the systems and structures that mean some people have healthy lives and others don’t. We’ve committed £2.3 million over the last two years to organisations with the skills and experiences that are essential to delivering our mission.
Multiple long-term conditions
We’re piloting a scheme to explore how Open Banking technology can help address the risk of financial insecurity, which is driving ill-health for people living with long-term health conditions.
We are backing a new scheme to test the health benefits of affordable home ownership for people at risk of developing long-term health conditions.
Our impact-first social investments are designed to diversify the support partner network and, ultimately, to deliver more equitable health outcomes in our place.
We're supporting employers in South London to trial new ways to support the health of their staff.
We’re backing a new scheme to improve housing security for people living in urban areas with long-term health conditions.
Children's health and food
Save Money and Stay Healthy incentivises young people to eat healthier, with 20% discounts for 9 million 13-24 year olds.
We're working to support community organising, develop partnerships with local organisations and provide employment and welfare support.
The first cohort of Good Food Fund brands has been chosen – seven tasty, healthier snacks with the potential to disrupt the food market.
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