A number of generous funding partners have supported the launch of Black Thrive. Black Thrive was "soft-launched" in August 2016, with a Consolidation Phase running through May 2017 focused on establishing the structures of Black Thrive, bringing the required people together, agreeing initial goals and actions and how we will measure progress.
Over recent months, Healthwatch Lambeth and Social Finance have developed a proposed full budget for the ‘Delivery Phase’ of the Black Thrive. In line with the vision set out in the Partnership Agreement we have planned for a 5-year initiative, launching immediately in June 2017.
The Consolidation Phase is fully funded by grants from the organisations highlighted below.
With a history dating back to 1247, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust is one of the oldest psychiatric institutions in the world.
Lankelly Chase is governed by a 14-member board of trustees that sets strategy and supports the development of policies and investment.
Guy's and St. Thomas' Charity is an independent, place-based foundation targeting the health of people in the London boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark.
Clinical Commissioning Groups was created after the April 2013 NHS reforms. Made up of local GP surgeries the role of the CCG is to commission NHS services on behalf of the people who live in the area.