Supporting local clubs and not-for-profit groups
Supporting Local Clubs & Groups
The Rotary Club of Sittingbourne Invicta is keen to support local clubs and groups in the work they are doing.
We can help by passing on some of our funds to groups and organisations in Sittingbourne and surrounding areas. So far we have given out funds totalling £30,499.
Does Your Club Need Extra Funds?
Could your group benefit from funds? Do you know of a local support group that needs financial help for a project? You may know of a football or cricket team for youngsters that is in need of kit or equipment. Or maybe you run a community playgroup, local youth group or senior citizens’ club that could benefit from some financial help with a suitable project.
If so, we would like to hear from you.
2019 Community Chest Applications
- The opening date for new applications is 18 March 2019
- The closing date is 19 May 2019
- Presentation of awards will be at Phoenix House on Thursday 27th June 2019 at 6.30pm.
All applications will be considered and decisions taken on merit. This will not exclude groups we have helped in the past. If this sounds interesting get in touch.
The scheme is not for commercial organisations or individuals.
To qualify for funding, you will:
- be based in Sittingbourne or the surrounding area
- be a not-for-profit organisation
- have a bank account in the name of your club/group
Distribution of Funds
Distribution of Funds - 2018
Twenty-four groups were awarded sums totalling £5,600.
These were Age UK Faversham & Sittingbourne, Artistic Swirlers, Child’s Vision, Companionship at Christmas, Dragon Explorers Scout Unit, Fenner Frost Foundation, Historical Research Group of Sittingbourne, Milton & Fulston Utd FC, MS Swale, Rodmersham Cricket Club, SATEDA, Sittingbourne 55 Fellowship, Sittingbourne & Kemsley Light Railway, Sittingbourne & Milton District Scout Groups, Sittingbourne Carnival Association, Sittingbourne Community First Responders, Sittingbourne Disabled Club, Sittingbourne in Bloom, Sittingbourne Youth FC, Swale Community & Voluntary Services, Swale Community Centre, Swale Ladies FC, Swale Seniors Forum & Wormshill Village Hall.
Distribution of Funds - 2017
Twenty-one groups were awarded sums totalling £5215. These were Avenue Theatre, Citizens Advice Bureau Swale, Companionship at Christmas, Friends of Milton Creek Country Park, Girlguiding Sittingbourne Division Hornhill, Jimmys Community, MS Swale, New Connections Befriending Scheme-Games Club, New House Sports & Youth Club, Newington Community Sports Club, Phoenix Youth & Social Club, Swale Action To End Domestic Abuse (SATEDA), Sittingbourne 9th Guides, Sittingbourne Community Responders, Sittingbourne Disabled Club, Sittingbourne Heritage Museum, Sittingbourne Parkrun, Sittingbourne Swans FC U13, Swale Gloves Amateur Boxing Club, Upchurch Colts Football Club, Wormshill Village Hall.
Distribution of Funds - 2016
Twenty groups were awarded sums totalling £4938. These were 1st Milton Regis Scout Group, 9th Sittingbourne (Tunstall & Wormshill) Scout Group, Companionship at Christmas, Green Cube CIC, Historical Research Group of Sittingbourne, Iwade ROC Cafe, Swale CVS (New Connections Befriending Scheme), Newington Community Sports Club, Old Forge Wartime House Community Project, Rodmersham Cricket Club, The Salvation Army Corps, Sittingbourne & Kemsley Light Railway, Sittingbourne Carnival Association, Sittingbourne Christmas Lights, Sittingbourne Community Radio, Sittingbourne in Bloom, Sittingbourne Maritime Cadets, Sitti Swans FC, Swale Combined Athletics & Swale Marching Band.
Distribution of Funds - 2015
Twenty-two groups were awarded sums totalling £5475. These were Sittingbourne Swans Junior FC, Swale District Cricket Development Group, Newington Sports Club, Sittingbourne MS Society, Polkadots Arts, Friends of Milton Regis Court Hall, SATEDA, Sittingbourne Salvation Army, Swale Combined Athletics Club, Tunstall & Wormshill Scout Group, Sittingbourne Maritime Cadets, Friends of Milton Creek Country Park, Sittingbourne & Sheppey Fibromyalgia Group, Companionship at Christmas, Hornhill Activity Centre, 9th Sittingbourne Guide unit, New Connexions Befriending, Kent Police/SCC Youth Project, St Mary's Church Upchurch, Skillnet Group Allotment Project, Litter Angels & Milton & Fulston Utd FC.
Distribution of Funds - 2014
Thirteen groups were awarded sums of money totalling £2961. These were The Underground Youth Club, Bapchild Cricket Club, The Willow Tree Project, Sittingbourne Young Boys Football Club, Swale Gloves ABC, Friends of Orchards, Comets Netball Club, The Salvation Army, Historical Research Group of Sittingbourne, Newington Community Sports Club, Newington History Group, Milton Creek Trust and Sittingbourne Fibromyalgia Support.
Distribution of Funds - 2013
Sixteen groups were awarded sums of money totalling £3380. These were Sittingbourne Young Boys Football Club, Litter Angels, Sittingbourne & Milton Explorer Scouts, The Pulse Café, Girl Guiding Sittingbourne, Sittingbourne & Sheppey Fibromyalgia Support Group, Be Our Buddy, Voluntary Action Within Kent, Salvation Army, 9th Sittingbourne Cub Pack, New Leaf Support, Casa Support, Sittingbourne Army Cadets, Grovepark & Woodgrove Community Centre and Newington Community Sports Club.
Distribution of Funds - 2012
Twelve groups were awarded sums of money totalling £2930. These were Woodcombe Under 8's Football Team, Swale Community Centre, Kent Association for Disabled People (Sittingbourne), Litter Angels, Swale CVS, Faces of Kent, KAB Sittingbourne Blind Fellowship, Upchurch Village Hall, Newington Community Sports Club, The Pulse Café, Sittingbourne & Milton Dragon Explorer Scouts and Salvation Army (Sittingbourne).