Sunday, 14 April 2024
Sunday, 14 April 2024

Charities and community groups are invited to apply for grants of up to £75,000

THE funding for the new Infrastructure Support Fund has been provided by Kent County Council and will be awarded to charities, community groups and CICs to support existing, dormant or new infrastructure support projects.

The type of work that the infrastructure fund will support includes the development of leadership skills, including Board development or good governance and policy development, help for collaborative working for back office and mergers, organisational strategy and development projects, support and training for income generation, diversification, financial strategy and sustainability. 

Natalie Smith, Director of Grants and Impact, Kent Communication Foundation said:

“Grants of up to £75,000 from the new Infrastructure Support Fund will make a big difference to the charitable sector across Kent. We anticipate awarding a few grants of £75,000 with the majority of awards being at a lower level.

“The full funding criteria can be found on the Kent Community Foundation website and requires that successful initiatives must be accessible to a range of organisations across the county, including those groups that may have additional barriers to accessing funding and have specific support needs. The fund is now open and we estimate that funding decisions and first payments will be made in May 2023.”

To apply to the  Kent Community Foundation Infrastructure Support Fund, please visit:


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