Kcf deal funding fair march 2013

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  • 19/03/13
  • Work with donors to support local groups in K&M by setting up Funds, both flow through and endowment. 19/03/13
  • Work with donors to support local groups in K&M by setting up Funds, both flow through and endowment. 19/03/13
  • Work with donors to support local groups in K&M by setting up Funds, both flow through and endowment. 19/03/13
  • Work with donors to support local groups in K&M by setting up Funds, both flow through and endowment. 19/03/13
  • Work with donors to support local groups in K&M by setting up Funds, both flow through and endowment. 19/03/13
  • Work with donors to support local groups in K&M by setting up Funds, both flow through and endowment. 19/03/13
  • Work with donors to support local groups in K&M by setting up Funds, both flow through and endowment. 19/03/13
  • Especially interested in BMEC, homeless, Lesbian/Gay and Refugee/Asylum seekers/Immigrants 19/03/13
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  • The Kitchen - £1500 business readiness grant Curves - £23750 (£19000 loan £4750 grant) Farm Active - £10000 (£8000 loan £2000 grant)
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  • Kcf deal funding fair march 2013

    1. 1. Kent Community Foundation• One of 54 Community Foundations across UK• Funding and supporting projects that improve the lives of local people• Encouraging local charitable giving and philanthropy• Connecting local people who care with causes that matter
    2. 2. Kent Community Foundation Has over 10 years’ experience helpingthousands of local charities, projects andgood causes and has distributed over £15 million
    3. 3. Kent Community Foundation Funds The Brook Trust Fund ThePhillip s Fund
    4. 4. The Little Cheyne Court Wind Farm Community Fundfor community organisation, including socialenterprises based within 10 km radius of the Farm.Grants may be used to support a one-off activity,ongoing activities or for minor capital expenditure eg • Purchase equipment • Produce publicity material • Run a pilot project • Assist with running costs • Minor capital works • outingsGrants from £500 to £5,000
    5. 5. The Brook Trust Fund The Brook Trust Fund is interested in projects that achieve positive social outcomes• Areas of interest are older people, ex-offenders, women’s groups and parenting programmes• Applications accepted for activities, projects or equipment• Currently interested in projects with below £100,000 turnoverGrants from: £500 to £5,000
    6. 6. The Brook Trust Fund Youth EmpowermentYouth Empowerment Division Crime Division
    7. 7. The Brook Trust Fund Sing for Your Life
    8. 8. Part of the Comic Relief Local Communities Programme• to empower local people to create lasting change in their communities, small local projects• projects run by the people directly affected by the issues concerned• In particular: BMEC, homeless, lesbian/gay and refugee/asylum seekers/immigrantsGrants from: £1,000 to £10,000 available
    9. 9. The Phillips Fund The aim of The Phillips Fund is to protect, conserve and enhance the use and character of Kent’s rural landscape and its communities.• Planting of trees and hedging• Regeneration of hedgerows or village ponds• planting flower meadows Grants from: £250 to £2,000
    10. 10. The Phillips Fund Eaton Lands Charitable Trust
    11. 11. Supports projects that directly benefit children with physical or learning disabilities• Strong preference for projects that can demonstrate a direct benefit to children with disabilities• Requires a clear indication of how many disabled children will benefit• Will consider grants for individual childrenGrants from: £250 to £3,000
    12. 12. Purchase equipmentTrikeprovidedfor EllisbyCerebra
    13. 13. The Fund supports projects that work with young people and/or disadvantaged people achieve their potential – areas of interest:• Capital expenditure• Strategic IT projects• Strategic organisational developmentsGrants from: £5,000 to £20,000
    14. 14. • Capital expenditure – Includes equipment, new construction, renovation, and expansion• Strategic IT projects – Includes investments in hardware/software (not replacement of IT equip)• Strategic organisational developments – including mergers and planning initiativesAll of the above need to be critical to sustainability, achieving mission and forming new transformational paths
    15. 15. • Established with initial funding from Kent County Council• Aims to support existing and newly created social enterprises in Kent• Set up primarily as a recyclable loan fund• Must be trading and have clear social purpose and community benefit• Majority of profits & assets reinvested in business or social purpose
    16. 16. Kent• Loans from £10,000 to £100,000• Most loans are expected to be repaid over 2-5 years• Unsecured loans can be madeFor more information:-Please contact Andy Garrett, Funds Manager on 07812 555023 or go to our website:-http://www.kentcf.org.uk/apply/apply-for-a-loan/
    17. 17. KentExampleTotal request £20,000 split -£16,000 loan £4,000 grant 5 Years 4 Years Interest 5% flat £4,000 £3,200 Fee 4% of loan £ 640 £ 640 APR 11.5% 12%
    18. 18. A partnership betweenKent Community Foundation & Fredericks Foundation Helping to generate enterprise throughout Kent
    19. 19. Why is it needed? Many people cannot obtain loans from banks because they have no assets to secure a loan againstWho cannot get a bank loan? Often people renting property, lone parents, people with a disability or managing a long term illness, ex- offenders or people with a poor or no credit history
    20. 20. How much money does it lend? An average loan is £4,000 but we can lend up to £10,000 for a start-up businessIs it only for start-up businesses? No. We will lend to existing businesses where it can be demonstrated that a loan will create new jobs or save existing ones
    21. 21. How does it work? A paid employee of Fredericks Foundation assesses applicants and helps the best ones to put together as robust a business case as possibleWho takes the decisions? The lending decisions are taken by a small panel of volunteer professionals who have knowledge of the local area. The panel will include at least one entrepreneur plus an accountant or a banker
    22. 22. Are you looking to start a business orexpand your business but need finance?Has your request for finance beendeclined by your bank?See if Fredericks Foundation can help you by visiting www.fredericksfoundation.org/kent
    23. 23. Contact details: Supporters and donors: Andy Garrett Kent Community Foundation www.kentcf.org.uk 01303 814500 Clients: Grant Baker Fredericks Foundation www.fredericksfoundation.org/kent 01622 829770
    24. 24. Kent Community FoundationHow to apply for a Grant or Kent Big Society Loan•Go to our website www.kentcf.org.uk•Click on Apply for Support or Loans•Go to Current Funding Round to view our currentpriorities•Click on Apply
    25. 25. Kent Community Foundation
    26. 26. Kent Community FoundationHow to apply for Funding for Individuals•Go to our website www.kentcf.org.uk•Click on Apply for Support•Go to Funding For Individuals•Click on Email us or call us on 01303 814500
    27. 27. Kent Community Foundation
    28. 28. Kent Community FoundationSupporting Document/Information•A governing document in the name of the organisationmaking the application•The most recent set of annual accounts•A bank account with two unrelated signatories•A child protection or vulnerable adults policy whereappropriate•A budget with quotes where applicable•A independent referee statement
    29. 29. Kent Community Foundation To Keep up to DateSign up for our Newsletter www.kentcf.org.uk Tel: 01303 814500Email: admin@kentcf.org.uk

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