We offer the skills and advice to help your Kent or Medway organisation raise the funding it needs.
Funding for All is a charity that exists to mentor small to medium charities, voluntary and community groups and social enterprises across Kent and Medway in bid writing skills, funding strategy, business planning, tendering, legacies and developing budgets.
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ChurchCare & The Wolfson Foundation: Grants for Fabric RepairsMonday January 27th, 2020
ChurchCare in partnership with The Wolfson Foundation fund urgent fabric repairs in Grade I or II* listed Anglican church buildings in England, Scotland and Wales, and Grade A or B+ listed Anglican church buildings in Northern Ireland. The fund is for urgent fabric repairs. These tend to be repairs that are Category A or B…Education & Employment Health & Social Care
People’s Postcode Trust: Community GrantsTuesday February 4th, 2020
People’s Postcode Trust supports not-for-profit organisations and UK registered charities who are not currently in receipt of funds from any trusts supported by the players of the People’s Postcode Lottery. Grants of up to £2,000 for project-based costs are available if you are one of the following: Companies limited by guarantee with an asset lock…Education & Employment Health & Social Care Local Grants Older People Youth
Little Cheyne Court Wind Farm: Community FundMonday February 10th, 2020
The Little Cheyne Court Wind Farm Community Fund, administrated by Kent Community Foundation, awards grants up to £5,000 to community groups and projects within a ten mile radius of the Little Cheyne Court Wind Farm in Dungeness. Deadline: Monday 10 February 2020. For more information and how to apply please click here.Arts & Culture Local Grants
Kent County Council: Arts Investment FundTuesday February 18th, 2020
Kent County Council’s Arts Investment Fund offers grants to non-profit distributing organisation to develop high quality arts and cultural activities. This boosts the local economy by improving arts and culture for people living in, working in and visiting Kent and develops the reputation of the county as a world class cultural location. Proposals from individual artists are…
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