KCAH relies heavily on financial support form local churches, individuals and other local businesses (especially through Love Kingston and Kingston First) and community groups for the continuation of its work. In 2014/15, some £114k was received in donations in the form of one-off contributions and regular giving by standing order.

In 2015/16, our work was supported by grants from:

  • The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames (£32k mainstream and £29k through Supporting People)
  • The Henry Smith Charity (£30k)
  • The City Bridge Trust (£29k)
  • The 1961 Charity (£10k)
  • London Catalyst (5k)
  • The Albert Hunt Trust (£2k)

In 2016/17, KCAH is continuing to receive grant aid from RBK for pending a planned switch by RBK from grant aid to commissioning.

We thank all our funders for their support.

KCAH relies heavily on financial support form local churches, individuals and other local businesses (especially through Love Kingston and Kingston First) and community groups for the continuation of its work. In 2014/15, some £114k was received in donations in the form of one-off contributions and regular giving by standing order.

In 2015/16, our work was supported by grants from:

  • The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames (£32k mainstream and £29k through Supporting People)
  • The Henry Smith Charity (£30k)
  • The City Bridge Trust (£29k)
  • The 1961 Charity (£10k)
  • London Catalyst (5k)
  • The Albert Hunt Trust (£2k)

In 2016/17, KCAH is continuing to receive grant aid from RBK for pending a planned switch by RBK from grant aid to commissioning.

We thank all our funders for their support.