Grant making process

  1. The grants are considered and decisions made quarterly at the month end of March, June, September, and December.
  2. Successful applications must have a fully completed application form fulfilling the grant criteria, and endorsed by the organiser body.
  3. As funds are low the grants will be awarded on a first come first served basis.
  4. Grants are made only to individuals.
  5. Payment is made to the individual after being agreed by the Wales Neurological Alliance.
  6. Award will be made for a period of under a year. Applicants may reapply in the following year.
  7. There is a maximum award of £300.
  8. 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:

  1. 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.
  2. Facilitate involvement of service users and care givers by building upon existing examples of good practice in Wales
  3. Increase recruitment to research studies in Wales.
  4. 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.