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The winners, highly commended and runners up for the 2006 GSK IMPACT Awards.
Hartlepool Families First
Cancer Link Aberdeen & North
Cancer Resource Centre
Men's Health Forum
Mid Anglia General Practitioner Accident Service
Naz Project London
S.I.S.G. (Enterprises Ltd) Ayrshire Hearing Support
Solihull Carers Centre
Alzheimer's and Dementia Support Services
Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust
Community Action for Locally Managed Stress
Harrow Association of Disabled People
The Jessie May Trust
Open Road Visions
Westminster Advocacy Service for Senior Residents
The Bosco Society
Clwyd Special Riding Centre
Healthy Cross Community Project
Somerset Community Food Projects Network
Tyddyn Bach Trust
Windsor Women's Centre
Read more about the awards, how to apply and previous winners.
Members of the Somali community in Birmingham are working together to bridge the gap between their community and healthcare professionals.
The GSK Health Inequalities Programme is open to registered small charities that are at least a year old. Chosen charities will receive funding, training and development.
The GSK IMPACT Awards provide funding, training and development for charities doing excellent work to improve people’s health and wellbeing.
Exploring the practical challenges of working with power in the Healthy Communities Together partnerships.