Is your organisation working in homelessness prevention or housing issues? You may be eligible to apply for a Nationwide Community Grant of up to £50,000 for projects that will make a real, local impact.

Projects should meet one of these objectives:

  • Local housing projects that will strengthen your local community by supporting the most vulnerable
  • Finding new approaches to increasing the supply of housing or by reinventing renting for both tenants and landlords
  • Positively impacting upon homelessness – prevention of homelessness, provision of accommodation, advice and support to the homeless/vulnerably housed, helping people to remain in their homes and helping people into a home 

Want to find out more about Nationwide Community Grants? Take a look at our Funding Available page, alternatively if you are based in the west of the county, you might like to attend the fund's Local Launch event in Hastings on Friday 15th November.

To book your place on this event, please email

Alternatively, give Natalie a call on 01303 815 159 for some 1:1 advice.

MASSIVE 'thank you ' to everyone at Kent Community Foundation. Your funding support is HUGELY appreciated and has enabled us to get into the heart of local communities with REAL, affordable, healthy and tasty food that does so much more than feed people.

Community chef Mike Spackman, Sheppey Matters

KCF's enthusiasm for what we are doing and hoping to do, coupled with helpful advice, gave us the confidence to take this daunting step which has paid off.

Liz Turner, Octopus Foundation

It's great having a foundation that empowers organisations and charities in our community to make real positive differences and changes!

Tom, MMK Mind
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