Grants & Partnerships team

We are responsible for identifying funding and collaborative opportunities and supporting teams across the College to secure funding for projects and programmes of work. These include those in education and training, research, clinical audits, health policy, clinical guidelines, children and young people engagement, global and quality improvement. We lead on developing funding proposals and managing funding relationships on an ongoing basis.

We are also responsible for developing partnerships with other academic institutions, educational and research bodies, charities and charitable organisations to assist with the delivery of our programmes.

In Autumn 2019, we launched the Child Health Futures fundraising initiative to enable us to continue to develop programmes and projects, and generate support from individuals, charitable trusts and foundations, commercial organisations and other charitable organisations. 

Find out more about Child Health Futures or contact us on partnerships@rcpch.ac.uk.

Recent content

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Child health research fellowships - brochure

Strong basic science and clinical research is essential to developing medicines, vaccines, devices, technologies and other treatments, focused specifically on children and young people, and to push forward the frontiers of medical science and patient care – this work will save lives.
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Child health futures - brochure

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) is on a mission to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people both in the UK, and around the world. Can you support us?
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Rare disease development fund - brochure

This fund, set up by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, in collaboration with the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit (BPSU), will support research and education in children’s rare diseases. Can you support us?
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Child Health Futures - Global child health

We work in low-income countries to help advance the clinical knowledge and skills of doctors, nurses and other health workers in hospitals, implement changes in hospital systems and improve overall quality of care for mothers, newborns and children. Can you support us?
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Child Health Futures - Influencing health policy

We work collaboratively with organisations to develop healthcare standards and guidance, and to influence NHS policy and practice to ensure children and young people have access to high quality, safe and effective care. Can you support us?
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Child Health Futures - Research

Research is essential to advance the science of paediatrics and improving the health and wellbeing of children. Infants, children and young people need healthcare that is tailored to their needs. Can you support us?