2022 GSK IMPACT Award winners

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Our congratulations go to the 10 charities that have won 2022 GSK IMPACT Awards for their outstanding contributions to improving the UK’s health and wellbeing.  

The following organisations will receive a £40,000 donation, plus two places on a free training and development programme and an invitation to join the GSK IMPACT Awards Development Network with its programme of free meetings and events.  The overall winner will be announced at the GSK IMPACT Awards Ceremony on 30 June.   

The winners

The 10 winners of the 2022 GSK IMPACT Awards are: 

  • BHA for Equality - tackling health inequalities in ethnic minority communities in the north of England by offering advice and screening services for infections and diseases including HIV, cancer and tuberculosis (TB).
  • Brigstowe - enhancing the quality of life of people living with HIV and other long-term health conditions in Bristol and the surrounding area.
  • Bromley and Croydon Women’s Aid - providing a place of safe refuge and support for women and children who are survivors of domestic violence.
  • Dads Unlimited - a Kent-based charity supporting the mental health of dads across England who are undergoing family breakdown.
  • Dementia Forward - providing information, advice and support along with wellbeing activities and respite for people across North Yorkshire affected by dementia.
  • Haemochromatosis UK - improving the diagnosis and care of people affected by the genetic condition haemochromatosis (iron overload).
  • Mancroft Advice Project - providing advice, counselling, and holistic mental health support to young people in Norfolk aged 11-25.
  • Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs (SFAD) - supporting anyone concerned about someone else’s alcohol or drug use in Scotland. 
  • The Haven Wolverhampton - providing safe accommodation and support for women and children in Wolverhampton affected by domestic abuse. 
  • Trekstock - supporting young adults affected by cancer to improve their health and wellbeing through physical activity and social support.