As well as delivering core infrastructure to the VCS in Kingston upon Thames, KVA is proud to have the following projects.
Kingston Eco-op is a project based in Kingston upon Thames. It offers supported learning and social activities for vulnerable adults (18+) with learning disabilities and / or mental health issues, and those at risk of social exclusion, living in Kingston and surrounding Boroughs.
We help our clients, where appropriate, to develop transferable work skills.
Clients are encouraged to engage with their local community in a manner best suited to their interests and abilities.
See www.kingstoneco-op.org.uk for further information.
Superhighways is a tech support and digital development project, run by and for the voluntary and community sector.
Superhighways supports voluntary and community organisations to build their IT capacity, enabling more efficient and effective service delivery in the community.
They provide a range of services including technical and strategic support and advice, training, project management and consultancy and support to better capture and communicate impact.
Love Kingston supports communities in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, now and in the future.
We are a fundraising project and provide a platform for local philanthropic giving. As well as giving grants yearly to local charities to help them continue their vital services, Love Kingston is building up a legacy fund, which can be used to give grants on an ongoing basis into the future.
Our fundraising takes place at multiple levels, through small scale community fundraising such as local events and sponsorship activity, to working with philanthropic individuals and corporates.
Everyone has something they can offer Love Kingston, whether it’s baking a cake for a cake sale, hosting an event, or discussing setting up a fund under your name. We can help you find a way to support your community.
See www.lovekingston.org.uk for further information.
The Buddy Scheme is a befriending scheme in Kingston that matches volunteers with a "buddy" with a learning disability, or on the Autistic Spectrum. The "buddy pair" then meets on a regular basis to take part in leisure activities together.
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