Welcome to Funding for All

We are a charity that exists to mentor voluntary organisations and community groups across Kent (and Medway) in bid writing skills, funding strategy, business planning, tendering, legacies and developing budgets.

We can offer the skills and advice to help your organisation raise the funds it needs. Find out more about our services.


Kent and Medway Funding Fair 2017 – OPEN for booking

Stronger Kent Communities
Following the publication of Kent County Council’s Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) policy in September last year, a new service is being introduced to provide support to voluntary sector organisations in the county.

KCC worked with local infrastructure organisations, including volunteer centres and Council for Voluntary Services, and other stakeholders to design the outcomes and model of delivery for a new service.

The new service, funded for at least three years, will be delivered by Stronger Kent Communities, a consortium of organisations, and will commence on 1 January 2017 covering the whole county.

Stronger Kent Communities is made up of a number of partners including Funding for All, Kent CAN, Action with Communities in Rural Kent and a number of the Volunteer Centres from across Kent.

The service is intended to:

  • Provide Business Support to the sector, ensuring that Kent’s voluntary sector is supported to grow and develop, enabling local residents to enjoy a good quality of life, and more people to benefit from greater social, cultural and sporting opportunities.
  • Provide Volunteering and Social Action opportunities for individuals to contribute to their community who are accessible to all regardless of their skills, time or capacity.
  • Ensure that the sector is represented well and that there is greater two-way communication between the voluntary and public sector.

Read more about Stronger Kent Communities


Funding for All would like to thank the following for their generous support:


Supported by KCC Members Grants from Hod Birkby, David Baker, Martin Whybrow, Susan Carey, Frank Mckenna, Peter Harman, Bob Neaves, Paul Carter, Eric Hotson, Tom Madison and Penny Cole.