Health and Wellbeing Investments

The Health and Wellbeing Community Investment fund is enabled through Bolton's Transformation Fund Investment through the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership. 
Fund supports an asset-based approach to promote, strengthen and develop what makes and keeps us healthy in Bolton. This means we want to focus on the amazing array of skills and resources our community and the people who live here have.  

Health and Wellbeing Investments Rounds 5 and 6
Information and Guidelines  


There are six different Themes in Round 5 and a further six in Round 6.  You need to select the Activity Theme that best reflects your proposed work.

You can only apply under one Theme.

In Rounds 5 and 6 we are aiming to fund approximately:

• 24 projects for up to around £5,000
• 11 projects for between £1,000 – £2,500
• and 5 projects for up to around £10,000

Rounds 5 and 6 will fund work for up to 12 months – we are not able offer 2 year funding for these rounds.

Groups who are already in receipt of 2 years’ funding from the Health and Wellbeing investments are not eligible to apply.

Groups who have had one years’ funding may apply.  

Deadlines and How to apply ( see Information and Guidelines for details on each Theme) 


The application form needs to be completed online. If you have a Bolton CVS account see 'online forms' on our website.  The online form will allow you to select which theme you are applying under.  If you need help completing the online form get in touch and we will help.  All applications must be submitted through our online investment application.  

If you don't have a CVS account already you need to create a Bolton CVS website accounhere.  You will then receive an e-mail to confirm this has been created.  Now you will be able to log in to our website using your email and password here.  

To access the investment application forms, click here 

You can save and return to this form and will be able to view it again once it's been submitted.

Funded Projects:

Round One - £97,300 was invested in 20 projects for year one and £76,107 for year two. Click here to see funded projects.