The purpose of the Wolfson bursaries for hospice staff is to improve the quality of care given to the patients in need of hospice and palliative care, and to their families and carers.
The programme aims to support the professional development of individual staff, significantly increasing their expertise in the work they do, rather than training or updating them in the basic skills needed for their role.
Grants can be used to cover fees for university accredited palliative care courses including degree, masters and PhD level programmes and modules from the same. Some palliative care conferences may also be included.
All applicants must be working in an eligible organisation as either a:
- Healthcare Assistant
- Allied Health Professional
- Social Worker.
- Hospices that are full members of Hospice UK.
We encourage matched funding to be committed by the hospice or raised from another funder.
Please read carefully the criteria for the Wolfson Bursaries - Hospice Staff. This will outline details of what is, and what is not, eligible for funding.
You should apply using the online application form. Full details and access to the online application form is available below.
How to apply
Please select the below Apply Now button and select Start an Application.
In order to offer the Wolfson bursary programme we are dependent on the generous funding received from the Wolfson Foundation.
The Wolfson Foundation provides significant funding each year towards this grant programme.
If you have any problems with the online form, or if you have any other queries about this grant programme, please contact our grants team