Kent Community Foundation:
Emergency Funding for Charities Affected by Coronavirus
Kent Community Foundation has been given a pot of emergency funding from the National Emergencies Trust (NET). NET are particularly keen to support projects on the Coronavirus front-line with this funding and are able to consider requests from larger organisations with income up to £1m.
Applications are through our existing form – we will match the right request with the right fund.
This NET funding is in addition to our own Coronavirus Emergency Fund which is still open and available to organisations with an annual income up to £200,000.
Remember – applications to both ‘pots’ are through the same form.
If you have already applied to Kent Community Foundation’s Coronavirus Emergency Fund, please do not apply again for NET funding – we are pooling the funds, rather than managing them separately.
What can you apply for?
Either additional costs that you have incurred in your response to Coronavirus or to compensate for the loss of income that you have incurred/will incur because of the pandemic.
The grant can be spent on core costs, service delivery costs, overheads, small capital costs – anything directly related to the impact of this virus.