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Kent Community Foundation Launches Women’s Fund

Kent Community Foundation Launches Women’s Fund

On Wednesday 13 November a lunch was hosted by Kent Community Foundation at Eastwell Manor, Ashford, to celebrate the launch of its new Women’s Fund.

Anti-Bullying Week 11 – 15 November

Anti-Bullying Week 11 – 15 November

It is estimated that in the year from April 2017 to March 2018, 17% of young people aged 10 to 15 in England were bullied in the previous 12 months in a way that made them frightened or upset.

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Social Enterprise Day 21 November

Social Enterprise Day 21 November

Social Enterprise Day is an opportunity for organisations supporting the social enterprise movement to raise the profile of their own work, whether as market-builders, investors or champions of the sector

Surviving Winter

 Surviving Winter

The cold winter months are an extremely dangerous time for older people, especially those who live alone. The Kent Community Foundation Surviving Winter Campaign aims to tackle social isolation and make winter less lonely for olde

Great Brompton Halloween Bake Off

Great Brompton Halloween Bake Off

The “Great Brompton Bake Off” is a Home-Start Medway initiative, designed to support serving and former forces families in Medway. The weekly “Bake Off” group is free to attend and encourages forces families to bake, integ

£50,000 Grants Available to Housing Projects Across Kent and Medway

 £50,000 Grants Available to Housing Projects Across Kent and Medway

Kent Community Foundation is delighted to announce that applications are open for local community housing projects and charities to apply for a share of the £500,000, Nationwide Building Society has made available, to communities

£89,000 funding available for specialist Kent projects for vulnerable women and girls

£89,000 funding available for specialist Kent projects for vulnerable women and girls

Local groups supporting women and girls with issues like period poverty, domestic and sexual abuse, mental health and long-term unemployment can to apply for a share of £3.5 million for their vital work. A further round of the T

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