The Medway Corporate Giving Fund awards grants of up to £3,500 to innovative Medway-based projects which make a real difference in the local community and help those most in need. Charities will be given the opportunity to present their project to a panel of local businesses.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Decisions are made twice per year.
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Other Local Grants Funds
The Boatmen’s Charity
The Boatmen’s Charity awards grants to charities, voluntary organisations and community groups with projects that benefit the local communities of Deal, Walmer, Great Mongeham and Sholden in Kent. Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. To apply, please complete their application form and return to: The Clerk The Boatmen’s Charity c/o 292 St Richards Road DealKent CT14 9LG or email: firstname.lastname@example.org…Education & Employment Local Grants
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Kent Community Learning and Skills (CLS) part of Kent County Council seeks to widen participation, in their Adult Education department by offering funding opportunities to Kent grassroots organisations working with marginalised communities. The aim of the EDI Partnership Project Fund is to engage participants in education, which could be a community education project or a…Environmental Local Grants
Amity Allotment Fund
The Amity Allotment Fund, administrated by Kent Community Foundation, awards grants of up to £7,500 to cover start-up costs for new allotments or ongoing expenses for more established sites across Kent and Medway. Applications for funding would be considered for legal, or insurance costs, site purchase or rent costs, as well as the purchase of seeds,…Covid 19 Local Grants
Kent County Council: Covid-19 Local Recovery Fund
Kent County Council’s Covid-19 Local Recovery Fund awards grants of up to £2,000 to organisations and community groups that may have struggled to sustain funding throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Funding forms part of the council’s Helping Hands Scheme which uses government grant funding to support residents in response to the coronavirus pandemic. In total, £486,000 worth of…