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Safer in Kent Fund

Safer in Kent Fund

The PCC's Safer in Kent Fund has been set up to provide funding for new, or expanded, projects and innovative approaches that help address the issues contained within Safer in Kent: The Community Safety and Criminal Justice Plan.

Funding of up to £10,000 is available for projects which cover one town or district. £20,000 is available for projects which cover a larger area - for example two district council areas

Funding must be used for a project's frontline delivery although awareness campaigns will be considered.

The Safer in Kent Fund also cannot be used to fund services commissioned through other statutory partners, or to replace funding lost through cuts. Please see below for full Terms of Funding.

Who is eligible to apply?
  • Registered charities
  • Not-for-profit organisations
  • Voluntary, community and social enterprises (VCSE)
  • Statutory organisations such as councils or schools


The Safer in Kent Fund is now open.

In this round, the PCC is particularly looking for schemes and projects that are aimed at:
  • Keeping rural and coastal communities safe
  • Reducing re-offending
  • Empowering young people and providing diversionary activities
  • Tackling antisocial behaviour
  • Preventing crime and fraud
DEADLINE EXTENDED: To apply, please complete the application form below and submit by 11.59pm on Tuesday 31 October.
Organisation details
Who is your work aimed at, what benefits do you seek to achieve?
Please tick the type of organisation that best defines you:*

Is this a partnership bid?:*

Project/service details
Please select which criteria your project sets to achieve:

Max. 500 words
E.g. what geographical locations in Kent will your project be located in? And identify any venues.
If the amount is different to the total cost of the project, please highlight how the remaining monies will be funded.
Please provide a breakdown of how the funding will be spent, e.g. staff costs, venue hire, etc.
E.g. match funding, use of volunteers, etc.
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