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Trusts & Foundations

BBC Children in Need - Reachout Youth

BBC Children in Need

BBC Children in Need have allocated Mental Health Resource funds over a 3 year period, to help us continue to run our Reachout Youth project and help make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged young people in West Kent. 

BBC Children in Need funding will mean that local young people can continue to access a safe space to receive 1-2-1 support to help them work through issues such as the effects of social media, bullying and relationships. Our Reachout Youth project is currently being delivered virtually and we are accepting new referrals. 

Find out more about this exciting award here.

The Brook Trust Fund for Kent - Reachout Youth

The Brook Trust Fund

Thank you to The Brook Trust Fund for Kent, administered by Kent Community Foundation, for funding our Reachout Youth project for 13-19 year olds. Kent Community Foundation helps individuals, families, businesses, trusts and foundations establish and administer their own charitable funds to support the causes that mean the most to them in Kent and Medway.Funding from the Brook Trust Fund for Kent will enable us continue running these popular sessions from September 2019, giving participants access to confidential, mental health support that they are not always able to access elsewhere.

The National Lottery Community Fund- Hub & Time4U project.

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The National Lottery Community Fund is the largest community funder in the UK and we are delighted that they've awarded our Hub funding for 3 years, from September 2019, meaning we can reach more people in our community who need support with their mental health. 

The funding also enables us to establish a new, exciting outreach group, ‘Time 4 U’, where clients will be trained to be outreach volunteers, to provide companionship to the more socially isolated members of the community. 

Find out more about our exciting award here.

Combined Members Grant - website & teleconferencing 

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In 2019, Cllr Peter Oakford kindly allocated funding from the Combined Members Grant to our charity, to help us fund the costs of our new website and more recently, he has also now supported our teleconferencing project so that we can deliver teleconferencing groups, without any financial barriers, to many of our clients during Covid19. Every year the KCC help community projects across Kent by using the Combined Members Grant to fund them. Funding is divided equally across Kent's 12 districts. 

Thank you Cllr Oakford!

Colyer Fergusson Charitable Trust - Online & teleconferencing support

Colyer Fergusson Charitable Trust

We are delighted to be awarded a grant from the Colyer Fergusson Charitable Trust, ‘Investing in Communities’ grant, to help us build our capacity and establish new ways of supporting the vulnerable and isolated in our community with their mental health during covid19, such as via online + telephone support.

Colyer Fergusson's fund provides grants for basic running/core costs including core costs associated with meeting the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.

We're incredibly grateful for this funding which will help us ensure we can meet the ongoing needs of our clients, to help them stay connected with each other and our staff, reduce feelings of isolation and give people information on how to maintain their mental wellbeing.

The Glenn & Phyllida Earle Family Fund

Glenn & Phyllida Earle Family Fund
Thank you to the Glenn and Phyllisa Earle Fund for awarding us £2500 to support our out of hours service, currently running via telephone only on a Sunday from 3-6pm. This award was facilitated by the Kent Community Foundation.
The Kent Community Foundation is part of a national network of 46 Community Foundations, all committed to improving the lives of local people and communities, particularly the most vulnerable, isolated and disadvantaged. 
The objectives of The Glenn and Phyllisa Earle Fund, set up in 2011, are to address social disadvantage, help disadvantaged young people to achieve their full potential and to work to promote, support and engage vulnerable people.
This funding will help us continue to provide this out of hours service at a time when people need to talk more than ever.

Kent Community Foundation- Adapting services during Covid19

Thank you to the Kent Community Foundation for awarding Mental Health Resource a grant towards the costs of adapting our services during the Covid19 pandemic. 
The Kent Community Foundation is part of a national network of 46 Community Foundations, all committed to improving the lives of local people and communities, particularly the most vulnerable, isolated and disadvantaged.
This funding will help us continue to adapt our services during Covid19, to support the ongoing needs of our clients at this challenging and difficult time.

Lawson Endowment for Kent - Out of hours service

Lawson Endowment for kent
Thank you to the Lawson Endowment for Kent fund for awarding us £5000 to support our out of hours service, currently running via telephone only on a Sunday from 3-6pm. This award was facilitated by the Kent Community Foundation.
The Kent Community Foundation is part of a national network of 46 Community Foundations, all committed to improving the lives of local people and communities, particularly the most vulnerable, isolated and disadvantaged. The Lawson Endowment for Kent wants to increase its support to local community groups, and chose Kent community Foundation to manage its new grant-making fund because of the foundation’s extensive networks and experience working within the local voluntary sector.
This funding will help us continue to provide this out of hours service at a time when people need to talk more than ever.

Sir Thomas Smythe Charity - out of hours service


Thank you to the Sir Thomas Smythe Charity who are donating £1000 a year for 3 years towards our out-of-hours crisis service. This is a service which provides crisis support to those who are experiencing a mental health crisis and it runs on a sunday afternoon from 3-6pm.

The Sir Thomas Smythe Charities Programme is part of the Skinners Company and the charity provides grants to local welfare organisations that work with people who are vulnerable, isolated, and in financial need. 

We're so grateful for your support!

Tescos Bag of Help Scheme- Adapting services during Covid19


Mental Health Resource has been awarded a grant from the Tesco's Bag of Help scheme to help us adapt our services during Covid19. 

Tesco Bags of Help's short-term fund is to support local communities who support vulnerable groups. The grants are managed by the community charity Groundwork UK.

Thank you, Tesco, for your donation.

Tim Lewis Trust - sports activities funding


Thank you to the Tim Lewis Trust for funding sports based activities for 3 of our projects, Reachout, Reachout Youth & the Hub.

Although we are no longer able to hold our sporting activities this summer 2020, this funding will enable us to run sports based activities at a future date including walking groups, our allotment group, a nature trail walk and even a day out at the beach.

Tunbridge Wells Round Table- allotment funding

Round Table

In March 2019, the Royal Tunbridge Wells Round Table awarded us £800 to support our allotment project to fund pollytunnels and a greenhouse. Thank you Round Table!

Kent Police & Crime Commissioner's 'Mental Health & Policing Fund' - Crisis Cafe funding

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We would also like to thank The Kent Police & Crime Commissioner's 'Mental Health & Policing Fund' for awarding Mental Health Resource funding from 2017-2020 for our out of hours Serenity Crisis Cafe. The service  was and continues to be a lifeline for many. We are hugely grateful for the funding which helped get this vital project off the ground.