Children are eating more than twice the recommended amount of sugar, leading to tooth decay and serious illnesses. Change4Life’s Sugar Swap campaign highlights some simple swaps to everyday food and drinks to cut back on sugar.

The council is offering £20,000 to organisations working with families in Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea, to deliver activities that cut back on sugar and promote healthy eating.

Activities should use Change4Life campaign materials including the food scanner app, information at Change4Life, the campaign resource centre, and the school zone.   

Organisations can apply for up to £500 for one-off events, or up to £1,000 for activities that take place over several sessions. This can include purchasing equipment or additional staffing. Priority will be given to activities that reach children and families most at risk of poor health.

The grant scheme will close when all funding has been committed so early applications are advised. We will aim to inform you of the outcome of your application within 5 working days. 

If you would like to discuss your idea before applying, please email

Eligibility and criteria

To apply, your organisation must be able to legally receive funds from the local authority. You need to have a UK bank account and a track record of delivering services to children and families in Westminster or Kensington and Chelsea. Only one grant per organisation.


Give a brief summary of the activity, including the expected start date, duration, and amount of money requested.
Describe the main purpose of your organisation and its track record in supporting the health and wellbeing of children and families across Westminster or Kensington and Chelsea.
Describe the short and long term outcomes of your project.

By submitting this application you agree that should the application be successful, you are happy for the activities to be promoted by Westminster City Council and Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and in associated materials, and will share photos and feedback with the Change4Life bi-borough team to support wider dissemination.

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Last updated: 7 October 2019