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The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea recently launched the Grenfell Projects Fund, a new model of grant funding which gives residents in North Kensington the chance to award a share of £600,000 to local projects of their choice. For more information on how this process works click the link below. The Council will be notifying applicants on December 6th 2019 whether they have been invited to present their idea to the public on 11th January 2020*.
If you are part of an organisation or group of local residents that have applied to the Grenfell Project Fund, KCSC is offering one to one support to help you effectively plan how you pitch your idea at the Grenfell Projects Fund Decision Day, however you will also learn skills that will help you pitch for other funding too. This may include how you can concisely and enthusiastically describe the activities you will deliver, the social impact it will have for local people, how you will market your idea, how much your project will cost and what is unique about your offer.
To secure your place, please email Bashir Hassan on firstname.lastname@example.org with your preferred time (see surgery times below).
KCSC will also be running a series of surgeries in the near future which provide support to Grenfell Projects Fund applicants, helping you to plan and manage your projects effectively. Keep an eye on our events page for more information!
*Please note that KCSC is a charity independent of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council. We do not have any connection to the Grenfell fund and the decision-making process. You can contact the Council directly on NKengagement@rbkc.gov.uk If you have queries about your application.
The event is completely free for residents and organisations working with residents living in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
This event is funded by RBKC and is part of the Grenfell Community Leadership Programme.
See all of our other KCSC's Community Leadership Programme training and events here.