Funding Opportunities

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Secondary Analysis Funding

Greo is now accepting applications for secondary analyses of high-quality datasets with potential to advance understanding of gambling and health issues in Great Britain.

Preference is given to research proposals that address these priority areas:

  • Gambling and co-occurring health conditions, including substance abuse and mental and physical health conditions
  • Populations experiencing social inequity (e.g., youth, older adults, women, Black and minority ethnic groups, low income)
  • Reducing harm to individuals, families, and/or communities across the spectrum of gambling risk levels
  • Gaps in treatment service provision, and
  • Relationships between gambling forms, co-occurring health conditions, and problem gambling risk levels

Value and Duration

Two awards valued at up to 17,500 GBP each (inclusive of VAT) are available. Unless otherwise indicated, the project will start on September 1, 2021 and be completed by February 28, 2022. 


  • This solicitation is open to all researchers with knowledge of gambling in Great Britain
  • Researchers working in Great Britain or partnering with researchers in Great Britain are preferred
  • In the case of international partnerships, it is preferred that funding be distributed through an eligible British institution
  • Applications from both public and private sectors are welcome


May 1, 2021                    Solicitation opens

June 24, 2021               Application deadline submission (5:00pm BT)

August 1, 2021              Funding notifications

September 1, 2021       Project start date

February 28, 2022       Project completion date

Please review our application guidelines for more details. When submitting an application, you will also need to refer to our expense guidelines and our budget and timeline template

See reports from past funding recipients Examining lottery play and risk among young people in Great Britain and Investigating the relationship between physical and mental health conditions and gambling in England and Scotland.


Margo Hilbrecht
Academic Director
(519)763-8049 ext.101