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.
There could be few more appetising incentives for young foodies than a weekend break in Paris or Brussels.
Home reading and green travel challenge winners gathered at Leeds Castle for an event celebrating their achievements.
What did England manager Gareth Southgate slip into his players’ lunchboxes to make them perform so well in the World Cup?
Pupils taking part in reading reward scheme Buster’s Book Club have smashed last year’s total figure for time spent reading by one million minutes.
Businesses and charities can learn how to create the perfect press release at a training day organised by the KM Charity Team in the autumn.
Hundreds of thousands of green journeys were undertaken this year thanks to the eco-friendly efforts of schools and families across Kent and Medway.
Charities, PTA groups, and good causes in Kent and Medway can learn about grant fundraising at a KM Charity Team training day in September.
Eco-minded pupils have used their design skills to help Highways England inform the public about changes to a green travel route.
Eurovision winner Cheryl Baker had eco-minded children in stitches and shouting for more at a prize storytime session.
A dozen teams of young scientists entered the dragons’ den but it was a project to predict earthquakes that won Bright Spark Awards 2018.
Entry is now open for a children’s art competition designed to promote creativity, literacy, and healthy eating.
Gleeful children swapped walking for racing cars and locomotives as a reward for their green travel success.
Three schools have received awards for their impressive achievements with the reading reward scheme for children Buster’s Book Club.
A nail biting finale at the KM Dragon Boat Race on Sunday (July 1), which raised £65,000 for charity, saw the champions win by less than a second.
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 well-loved charity is celebrating two decades of supporting seriously ill children.
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.
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