On 20 June, experienced grant-makers Kent Community Foundation, who have distributed almost £60 million to good causes across the County, will be offering advice and information about funding. The session at Margate Caves Community Education Trust is free to attend and designed to support charitable organisations and community groups who need financial support.
The Kent Community Foundation team will be joined at the event by guest speakers Kerry Donati, Project Manager, Funding for All, and Sue Tucker, Operations and Development Manager, Stronger Kent Communities.
Funding for All provides free, expert fundraising advice to small charities, voluntary organisations, community groups and social enterprises, and Stronger Kent Communities helps community groups, charities and social enterprises by providing the resources they need to build organisations and run them effectively.
Funding options available
Natalie Smith, Director of Grants and Impact, Kent Community Foundation said, “Attendees at our Margate funding morning can expect to gain an overview of the range of funding options that are available for valuable and impactful work. There will be the opportunity to use the free event to network, share best practices and make valuable contacts with other groups and organisations. We are also thrilled that joining us are speakers from Funding for All and Stronger Kent Communities.”
The event is being held between 9.45am and 2pm on 20 June 2023 at the Margate Caves Community Education Trust, situated on Northdown Road, Margate, CT9 1FG. Places are limited and booking is essential.
To secure a place for your organisation at the clinic and to request a 1-1 with a Kent Community Foundation Funding Manager please email [email protected]
About Kent Community Foundation
Grant-maker Kent Community Foundation has been finding, funding, and supporting some of the smallest voluntary organisations in the County for over 20 years. In this time, it has distributed over £55 million to support thousands of small charities and deserving causes, where a modest sum of money can make a significant impact.
They are part of a UK-wide accredited network of 47 Community Foundations who are committed to improving the lives of local people and communities, particularly the most vulnerable, isolated, and disadvantaged by matching those who want to help, with those who need the help.
Responsible for more than ninety philanthropic funds, Kent Community Foundation is unrivalled in its knowledge of local causes and assists individuals, families, and businesses, who want to help, to establish and administer their own charitable funds.