Fidelity UK Foundation Kent Community Development Fund

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The Fidelity UK Foundation Kent Community Development Fund, administrated by Kent Community Foundation, supports capital and infrastructure projects that strengthen robust, UK registered charities (within Kent and Medway) with a solid track record over at least three years. Minimum income more than £100,000, grant request must be less than 10% of this total income. Grants will be one-off investments and not be awarded over multiple years.

This fund primarily supports organisations benefiting those most disadvantaged in society (especially children and young people), and is open to considering organisations active in the field of health and environmental conservation.

The Fidelity UK Foundation has a focus on the capacity of charities, by which we mean the capability, knowledge or resources that charities need to be effective. Grants should focus on helping organisations strengthen their impact, effectiveness and/or sustainability – therefore strengthening their ability to achieve their mission. This could include investment in leadership, strategic planning, technology (not hardware), fundraising, financial management or impact measurement.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications are considered three times per year.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information. The fund will open in a new tab, please enable pop-ups in your browser.

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