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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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Dover District Council: Community GrantsMonday August 19th, 2019
Dover District Council are awarding grants of up to £1,000 to support local organisations community-led activities/projects that result in a community benefit for Dover residents. Applications from volunteer-led and other small groups and organisations and those groups who have not applied for funding before are especially welcomed. Applications from religious groups and members groups (i.e. sports…Health & Social Care Local Grants
Kent Community Foundation: Vulnerable AdultsSaturday August 31st, 2019
Kent Community Foundation’s Vulnerable Adults grant programme awards up to £5,000 to charities and VCSE organisations with projects that help vulnerable adults stay well and independent with a focus on early intervention projects to tackle disadvantage, deprivation and social exclusion. A vulnerable person is someone who may need care and is unable to protect themselves from…Local Grants Youth
Kent Community Foundation: Children, Young People & FamiliesSaturday August 31st, 2019
Kent Community Foundation awards grants of up to £5,000 (£7,500 for exceptional projects) to local charities and VCSE organisations who are making a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in Kent and Medway. This might include: living in poverty or deprivation; abuse or neglect; disability; young carers; children in care; bereavement;…Religion
Home Office: Places of Worship Security Funding SchemeSaturday August 31st, 2019
The Home Office is providing funding of up to £56,000 to help places of worship tackle hate crimes against them through the installation of up to three protective security measures. Match funding of at least 20% of the total project costs is required. The scheme is open to churches, gurdwaras, mosques, and temples. The Jewish community…
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