In response to the ongoing pandemic, Folkestone Town Council has made a £20,000 Coronavirus Community Resilience Fund available for those who are putting in place voluntary arrangements to help those in need within Folkestone Town.
Grants of up to £500 are available to local charitable organisations wit expenditure such as:
- food, medical, or other supplies for those in social isolation or financial need;
- equipment; or
- practical support for people in social isolation, including errands, transport to essential medical appointments, advice, social contact by telephone to combat loneliness.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme until all funds are allocated.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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