Sevenoaks Town Council, through its Finance and General Purposes Committee, is awarding grants to local voluntary or charitable organisations which provide services to residents within the Parish of Sevenoaks Town. Through its Youth Services Committee, the Council also offers funding for youth activities.
To be eligible, organisations must:
- provide services that will directly benefit the area and residents of Sevenoaks Town wards – Town, Kippington, St Johns, Eastern, Wildernesse and Northern
- be independently established for charitable, benevolent or philanthropic purposes
- have a written document setting out aims and objectives.
The grants aims to:
- encourage and support the activities of voluntary or charitable organisations within Sevenoaks Town; and
- promote new community initiatives where real additional benefits are offered to the community.
Grants can be used to support
- Equipment purchase
- Hire of Premises
- Information or publicity
- Other project costs
- Start-up or development costs for new community groups
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications are normally reviewed in August/September and February/March.
This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.
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