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The Pulse Medic Grant


A grant is an amount of money given to an individual or business for a specific project or purpose. In the UK, Pulses Medic work that aims to achieve at least one of our four challenges. The Pulse Medic Grant are looking for individuals that share this passion.

We do this by supporting organisations with the people, ideas and ability to tackle complex problems and create positive social change across the UK.

Young people and older people are important to us, as are others who face disadvantage, particularly in areas with high levels of deprivation. We also welcome proposals from projects that use sport to transform lives.

Our UK grants team follows a flexible and responsive funding strategy, allowing organisations to select the approaches they feel are most effective in tackling pressing issues.

At present from last years income we are only allowed to offer two grants totalling £500 to an individual or project. This may change.

Key Dates:

Applications forms will follow in Summer 2015.

Application period:

The application forms and window will be open from September 1st to 30 2015 from than we will pick the best of 5 and present them to our stake holders and community members.


You won’t need to pay a grant back, but there’s a lot of competition and they are almost always awarded for a specific purpose or project.

At Pulse Medic we believe in supporting the local community and individuals. The Pulse Medic Grant helps us do that

Project Grants:

For short-term research projects lasting up to three years and costing less than £500

Entry requirements:

Any one  or organisation who shares our vision

Please Note:

  • The Acceptance board will consist of individuals from the community.
  • Each application must adhere to our four major challenges within our Business Strategy
  • This page will be up dated in June 2015.


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ILS went really well thank you. Just to give some feedback, Martin the course trainer was brilliant. I have been on ILS courses before and have found the trainers to be a little full on and not really understand care giving and emergencies outside of acute NHS Hospital trusts. Martin understood the skills (and resources available) of nursing staff working in primary care in independent sectors and the situations that they may face.
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Martin was so nice and lovely he was the best