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.
A road safety themed cake was on the menu at Parkwood Christian Fellowship Preschool for the launch of their walking bus.
Kent author Anthony Cooper to reward pupils top for green travel with storytelling visit and free copies of his book The Curious Tale of the Dodo.
Battle of the brainiacs begins tomorrow (Friday, November 17) from 7pm at the KM Big Charity Quiz – will you be at the trivia challenge of the year?
A half day social media course for charities, businesses and schools will help them to connect with their audience and increase awareness and loyalty.
There’s just a week left to cast up to 10 votes per person in the Aviva Community Fund Poll and help dozens of schools to become Green Champions.
Ninety charity champions braved icy winds and a 100-foot drop at the KM Charity Abseil on Sunday to raise more than £9,000 for 22 good causes.
A delighted mum got to meet her childhood hero when he visited a Kent school to celebrate pupils’ reading success with the Buster's Book Club scheme.
Golfers with cast-iron talent – or even those who aren’t quite up to par – will be looking to win £10,000 at a charity fundraiser this month.
Children who compose the most persuasive letters by December 11 will have the chance to win top prize in a writing contest run by Buster's Book Club.
What eco-friendly activities are taking place in your school? Nominate the projects for the Green School Awards and inspire others to go green!
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.
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.
If you or someone you know has a sight impairment this service could be really useful for them.
There are plenty of clubs on offer around Kent for those with a sight impairment. We dropped in on one of them.
Choir's sing-song of Queen's greatest hits raises a whopping £5,000 for the Pilgrims Hospices.
A key team is on hand to help those dealing from sight issues - from the moment they are diagnosed.
Kent Association for the Blind has been named as KentOnline and KMTV's charity of the year.
Every morning at 10am we play you an hour of tunes from the 90s. We call it, #WeLoveThe90s.
Play 'Say It' with Garry and Laura on kmfm Breakfast and you could win £1,000!
Wake up to kmfm Breakfast with Garry and Laura - it's Kent's alarm call.