QBE Foundation

Local Grants

Grants are available to support charities that help people overcome disadvantage, strengthen their abilities and live more independently, successfully and productively. The Foundation typically awards grants up to £10,000.  However, a small number of grants over £10,000 may be approved each year. Grant applications with QBE employee sponsorship will have a greater likelihood of success over those without.

For further information and how to apply please click here.

Other Local Grants Funds

Education & Employment Local Grants Youth

Land Securities LINK Fund

The Land Securities LINK Fund awards grants of up to £5,000 to small, local voluntary and community groups and charities in the Swanscombe/Northfleet area. Projects which benefit young people with a focus on NEETS, education and training projects with a focus on addressing employability and homelessness are eligible to apply. Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. For…

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Local Grants Youth

Albert Burns Children’s Charitable Trust Fund

Monday November 30th, 2020

The Albert Burns Children’s Charitable Trust Fund awards grants of up to £5,000 to small organisation providing direct support to young people (under 18 years old) in East Kent, in particular Thanet.  Deadline: Monday 30 November 2020 For more information and how to apply please click here.

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Local Grants

Medway Corporate Giving Fund

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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Covid 19 Health & Social Care Local Grants Older People Youth

Kent Community Foundation: Coronavirus Emergency Fund

Kent Community Foundation’s (KCF) Coronavirus Emergency Fund offers emergency funding of up to £10,000 to small grassroots community organisations in Kent and Medway to deal with emerging issues in the community affecting vulnerable people as a result of the continuing threat of Coronavirus. Priority will be given to smaller constituted community groups e.g. charities/CICs, with…

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