Folkestone Town Council offers three grant categories:
Applications for Ward Grants may be submitted by groups or individuals however applications must demonstrate a direct benefit to the ward, or any part of it, or to all or some of its residents.
- under £1,000
- £1,000 – £2,500
In order to qualify for assistance, applications must demonstrate a direct benefit to the Folkestone Town area, or any part of it, or to all or some of its residents.
The following may apply for any of the above grants:
- clubs and societies within the ward;
- voluntary bodies and associations within the ward;
- non-profit making organisations within the ward;
- charitable bodies within the ward;
- individual members of the community within the ward.
Applications may be submitted at anytime.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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