The Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons’ Charity is committed to supporting community groups by making small grants (typically under £1,000) towards projects that will directly benefit disadvantaged people in East Kent.
Specific areas the Charity will consider funding are projects that address the needs of
Vulnerable People – improving the lives of the vulnerable and disadvantaged in our communities by:
- Helping to alleviate the impact of disability
- Providing care for the seriously ill and older people
- Supporting carers
- Relieving poverty and distress
Youth Opportunities – helping children and young people reach their full potential through:
- Supporting youth groups and organisations
- Developing life and work-related skills
- Focusing on disadvantaged young people
- Helping the under 25s
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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