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Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust is proud to announce a new scheme that will enable free school visits to The Historic Dockyard Chatham for up to 900 students from high pupil premium schools in Medway. This has been made possible through the generosity of £14,213 from The Charles Burnett III Memorial Fund, administered by Kent Community…

Kent Community Foundation awards funding for 5,000 children to plant seed bombs as part of an arts and environmental project. The not for profit theatre group ‘Circo Rum Ba Ba’ had received  Arts Council funding for  theatrical environmental conferences for twenty primary schools in Swale and Sheppey. The conferences will investigate environmental issues and the…

Kent Community Foundation has awarded £9,180 to Sport On Your Doorstep CIC to support families in the Stanhope area. Community focussed organisation, Sport on Your Doorstep,  applied to Kent Community Foundation for funding to provide residents of Stanhope in Ashford with a weekly youth programme and a Fit and Fed initiative  during the school holidays.…

A £5,000 Kent Community Foundation grant will enable The Countryside Alliance Foundation to provide their Fishing for Schools initiative in three Kent schools. Thirty students from  three schools will be nominated to participate in The Countryside Alliance Foundation Fishing for Schools scheme thanks to £5,000 funding from Kent Community Foundation. Thirty disadvantaged young people aged…

A grant of £5,000 will support the Vista Twisters Cheer Programme for children in Folkestone and Hythe. A Kent Community Foundation grant of £5,000 will allow Vista Twisters to purchase five large floor rolls to launch indoor cheerleading activities at Folkestone Sports Centre. One of only three cheer leading programmes in Kent, Vista Twisters, who…

Diagrama Foster Carers Peter and Kristin Nevins share their home with four biological children and their 11-year-old  foster child ‘Jack’. Kristin Nevins and her husband Peter, from Surrey, foster with the charity Diagrama. For the last four years they have shared their family home with their foster child ‘Jack’.         Kristin Nevins,…

Children from St Andrew’s School in Rochester have donated £440 to the Kent Community Foundation Fund for the Environment In May St Andrews School in Rochester celebrated ‘Earth Day’ and enthused by the lessons they had learnt, raised money through a series of ecological activities to donate to the Kent Community Foundation Fund for the Environment which…

Funding from Kent Community Foundation will kick-start the initial phase of a Food Forest and Eco-Centre at Dartford Science and Technology College. The Healthy Living Centre Dartford food forest and eco-centre project at Dartford Science and Technology College will support health and well-being, achieve multiple educational outcomes, and enhance biodiversity, for the local community. Located…

A partnership between Hadlow Community Allotment and Hadlow Primary School to help children understand the environment, where their food comes from, and the importance of sustainability, has received a grant from Kent Community Foundation. Hadlow Community Allotment was established in partnership with Hadlow Primary School in 2019. An area in the school’s playing field was…

The annual Power of Women Festival in Thanet is an opportunity to celebrate women As part of the 2022 Power of Women (POW) Festival, primary school aged children will be invited to celebrate International Women’s Day by drawing a woman who inspires them. The children from year three will be invited to choose a woman…