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Kingdom grants more than £10,000 to local organisations

The Kingdom Group last year awarded in excess of £10,000 to over thirty charities and community events in Fife and Perthshire.

The grants were made from the both the Association’s Common (Charitable) Fund and its Community Initiatives Fund and were made to assist communities in a diverse range of activities.

Organisations supported included:

  • Tayport Community Hub Project for the building of a new community centre
  • Clear Buckhaven to produce a colourful ceramic tile ‘Welcome to Buckhaven’ sign
  • Crieff High School Commonwealth Big Lunch Event to celebrate young people open to all the community
  • Largoward Gala Day donation
  • Orwell Guiding for repairs to the community hall and to support the Girl Guides
  • Saline Horticultural Society to support the annual Horticultural show
  • Perth Autism Support for a Focus Group and taster sessions in the Kinross area
  • Rookie Rockstars Musical Instruments to fund the purchase of musical instruments for local children
  • Kirkcaldy High School to sponsor an award at prize giving
  • Cupar Highland Games for sponsorship of events
  • Benarty Events Group to support the annual gala day
  • Lochore Welfare JFC Community Fund for its annual fun day
  • Trench Boxing Club for gym equipment for children
  • Banchory Primary School for an outdoor play area for children
  • Falkland Traditional Music Festival
  • Inverkeithing Art Exhibition photography – Local artist exhibition highlighting the regeneration of Fraser Avenue

Kingdom chief executive Bill Banks said: “Kingdom is committed to building communities as well as affordable homes. The average donations are between £250 and £500, however they make a significant impact to the delivery of community projects and we are very pleased to be able to make these donations to help worthy causes. I am struck by the sheer diversity of the organisations that we have been able to support which indicates that community spirit in Fife and Perthshire is alive and well.”

Bill added: “2019 will be Kingdom’s 40th anniversary and as part of our programme of celebrations we will be promoting the opportunity to bid for grant assistance through our Community Initiatives Fund. Details on the Fund is available on our website along with information on how to apply.”


Kingdom chief executive Bill Banks
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