mental health projects

Graham Burrough Charitable Trust

mental health projects

The Graham Burrough Charitable Trust

The trust was set up in 1998 by Graham Burrough’s widow to support mental health projects that will help both sufferers and their carers.

The man who inspired the trust was Graham Burrough, born in Bridport, Dorset in 1931.

He was a diabetic from age 2, lost his eyesight at 28, but tackled these physical problems with courage and style. He was both successful in his career and his private life. Read more about Graham Burrough.

The trust provides grants for local mental health support, housing and relevant mental health research projects. Financial support is also given for direct action mental health initiatives.

Please browse our website to understand who the Graham Burrough Charitable Trust want to help and view the mental health projects that we have supported in the West Country and across the UK.

If you need financial mental health support or have a mental health project that you would like to be considered for a grant, please Apply Here.

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