Funding for Projects that Help Vulnerable Adults (Kent)

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Funding for Projects that Help Vulnerable Adults (Kent)

Kent Community Foundation has announced that the next round of funding for the Vulnerable Adults Theme is now open and will be accepting applications until the 28th February 2018.

Funding of up to £5,000 (up to £7,500 in exceptional circumstances) is available to local projects that are working to give vulnerable people the opportunity to:

  • Socialise with others
  • Provide life skills and work experience for adults with learning difficulties, physical disabilities, or mental health issues
  • Protect and support victims of abuse
  • Integrate marginalised groups in to the wider community
  • Support carers who look after family members or loved ones at home, including offering respite or social activities for carers.

Projects that are volunteer-led or make good use of volunteers to support their work, and initiatives that are rooted within the local community and led by local people responding to local need are particularly welcome.

http://www.kentcf.org.uk/apply/vulnerable-adults-theme

Steve Lawrence
Founder and CEO of EEVT
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