The charity of Sir Thomas Smythe provides grants to individuals for domestic and health related needs, and grants to welfare organisations for a range of activities. Funding is available only in specific areas of West Kent, as defined by parishes of the Church of England (detailed below).
Grants of up to £250 are available to individuals for domestic and health related needs including; household repairs, replacing domestic appliances, hospital related travel, and other one-off expenses.
Grants of up to £4,000 are available for registered charities and not-for-profit organisations working with; older people, disadvantaged people, people with disabilities, victims of domestic violence, those in recovery from substance misuse, and those living with mental health challenges.
The areas eligible for funding across both programmes are defined by Anglican parishes in the following areas. Check your area by visiting www.achurchnearyou.com
|St James||Tunbridge Wells||St Paul||Swanley|
|St Peter||St Mary|
|St Barnabas||St John the Baptist||Sutton at Hone|
|St John’s||St Margaret||Darenth|
|Holy Trinity & Christchurch||St Michael & All Angels||Wilmington|
|St Luke’s||St Bartholomew||Otford|
|King Charles the Martyr||St John||Dunton Green|
|St Paul - Rusthall||St John the Evangelist||Hildenborough|
|St Peter & St Paul with St Saviour||Tonbridge||St Lawrence||Bidborough|
|St Stephen||St Mary the Virgin||Speldhurst|
|St Peter||Southborough||St John the Evangelist||Groombridge|
|St Thomas - High Brooms||All Saints||Langton Green|
|St Matthew||St Peter & St Paul||Shorne|
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Sir Thomas Smythe Charity is a registered charity: number 210775