Working with KM Group, the Kent and Medway Charity Team organises a range of activities to help the charitable sector with its fundraising and supports initiatives to promote health and wellbeing, particularly amongst primary school children.
Below you can find out about what is going on around the county to help others.
Fundraisers with nerves of steel and feet of asbestos braved burning coals on Sunday (May 20) for Buster’s Charity Firewalk.
A trail-blazing eco school has signed up to be the first in the county to lead a new air pollution monitoring initiative.
More than 50 education professionals, support staff, and volunteers were honoured at the Kent Teacher of the Year Awards on Friday (May 18).
Charities will be laughing all the way to the bank thanks to the KM Big Charity Quiz being staged next month.
Editors from the KM Group - including newspapers, KentOnline, kmfm and KMTV - are looking for good causes to champion as Charity of the Year 2019.
The force was strong in families across Kent as they set a new record for the biggest walking bus on Saturday (May 12) at Buster’s Big Bash.
The annual KM Charity Golf Challenge attracted scores of players keen to support literacy projects in the county.
Temps from Office Angels will be taking on a very important role this summer: keeping the KM Big Charity Quiz running smoothly.
Hungry walkers will be helping the homeless - and a hospice - when they tuck into a tasty treat at the end of the KM Charity Walk on Sunday, June 24.
Schools are invited to take part in an exciting science project designed to raise awareness of the impact of traffic on air quality.
Schools are still in the running to join a successful green travel project for free – all they need to do is register their interest.
You’re never too young to learn to love a walk in the countryside – and there’s plenty of healthy fun in store for little legs at the KM Charity Walk.
Do you think you could walk over fire? Scott Bell believes you can – and if you take part in Buster’s Charity Firewalk next week, he’ll prove it.
An opportunity to get up close and personal with birds of prey is on offer to schools taking part in a double challenge tomorrow (Wednesday, May 9).
KM Walk to School schemes include Super Wow! and Green Footsteps.
Any child at a participating school may take the test at bronze, silver or gold tests.
Families from across the county gather to celebrate the success of the walk to school campaign.
Young people are annually invited to take part in Kent and Medway’s Masterchef-style event.
The KM Charity Team is working with 50 schools in Kent to turn pupils into Reading Millionaires.
The awards recognise the expertise and dedication that is the hallmark of an outstanding teacher.
The entire Kent community can be a part of KM Group’s campaign to make 2017 a Year of Reading.
A young football fan whose wish is to be able to walk was invited to be a mascot for Millwall FC.
A list of nominees up for the annual Kent Charity Awards have been announced.
A host of nominees for the Kent Charity Awards have been announced.
The Kent Messenger is teaming up with Homeless Care to collect food and other useful items to support vulnerable people.
Shoppers in Ashford could be excused for feeling confused as a charity store offers them the chance to cash in on Black Friday bargains a day early.
Some things may get better with age – like wine, scotch and George Clooney – but the same cannot be said for broadcasting equipment.
A children’s charity has received a huge donation after winning an unprecedented public vote.
Emergency food suppliers are facing huge strains - with a change in the law leaving some families in Kent up to £1,500 a year worse off.
A book found in a charity shop recycling bin has fetched £2,000 at auction.
A charity shop with a difference is celebrating a successful first year in Gravesend High Street.
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