POC Solidarity Fund Application Form (April 2016)

This is the application form for the April 2016 Action for Trans Health solidarity fund which is open to applications from people living in the UK who are from African, Caribbean, Asian and Arab descent, including people of mixed raced backgrounds and other racialised people. We particularly welcome applications from black people and people of colour living in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

Throughout the year, we raise money to help trans people who for whatever reason cannot access healthcare through the NHS in a reasonable amount of time. We know that the trans healthcare system is pretty broken, and that the people who need support will usually outweigh our ability to fundraise. Because of this, we use this application form to work out who faces the most barriers to getting healthcare through the regular ways. .

Action for Trans Health takes a broad view of health. We know there are a wide number of things that can effect your healthcare, and so we don't have any rules about what the money can be used for. We do ask that if the money is being used to access medication which will be needed long-term, that the applicant has thought about how to secure the long-term supply after the grant money has been spent.

Once completed forms have been sent to us, a member of Action for Trans Health's staff will anonymise the form by removing any information that could be identifying. Then this will be passed onto our funding panel who will decide where the funds go. We will contact you to let you know whether you have been given any money within two weeks of the funding panel meeting.

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    This section will only be seen by the Action for Trans Health staff and will not be passed on to the funding panel who decides where the funds go.
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    This data will be used for equality monitoring purposes and to identify what barriers you might face to accessing treatment through the NHS or other means.
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