Grant making process
- The grants are considered and decisions made quarterly at the month end of March, June, September, and December.
- Successful applications must have a fully completed application form fulfilling the grant criteria, and endorsed by the organiser body.
- As funds are low the grants will be awarded on a first come first served basis.
- Grants are made only to individuals.
- Payment is made to the individual after being agreed by the Wales Neurological Alliance.
- Award will be made for a period of under a year. Applicants may reapply in the following year.
- There is a maximum award of £300.
- This process is non-means tested.
If you are interested in taking part in a research project and would benefit from financial assistance please see complete an application form (found on this website)and return to:
Urtha Felda, Coordinator, Wales Neurological Alliance, Stroke Association office. Greenmeadow Springs Business Park Unit 8 Cae Gwyrdd Tongwynlais Cardiff CF15 7AB 07947 888718
The purpose of the grant giving project is to:
- Broaden the opportunity for service users and care givers to be actively involved throughout the research process, including the planning, oversight and dissemination of research projects.
- Facilitate involvement of service users and care givers by building upon existing examples of good practice in Wales
- Increase recruitment to research studies in Wales.
- Ensure that research proposals from researchers in Wales are fully informed by the patient and care giver perspectives in terms of feasibility, relevance and priority.