Welcome to The Kuflink Foundation:

For Sport, For Health, For Education

About The Kuflink Foundation:

The Kuflink Foundation was set up by the Binning & Chattha family in 2008 to provide fund raising support for a number of initiatives throughout Kent, focusing on Education in local school, Sport & Health. The princes trust excel programme was one such project.

By far the greatest contribution to the local needs of teenagers was our work with The Grand, this was an initiative by the Kent County Council and Gravesham Borough Council that had been established since 2001.

It’s aim was and still is to improve the support and health over residents by developing social networks run community safety initiatives and develop projects which young and old alike a voice.

If you would like to know more about The Grand please go to their website www.thegrand.org.uk

The Kuflink Foundation helped provide and refurbish the current home of The Grand which now provides great facilities including The Bench Café – situated in the Heart of Gravesend in The Old Court House the new venue has proved a great success.
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Daphne’s Story
Daphne Joyce Pearson passed away on the 8th July 2007 after a long term battle with cancer.
Our family first met Daphne in 1984 after one of her many generous and caring acts. From this point on she not only became a good friend, but family.

Daphne always went out of her way to help us and found it interesting to learn different cultures and traditions, it was of great interest that her paternal grandparents came from India.
Her legacy was a gift to the family of a considerable amount of money. To honour her memory, the family decided to use this gift to start up The Kuflink Foundation and donate to charities close to her heart

Gravesend Cricket Club
The Kuflink Foundation has sponsored Gravesend Cricket Club for the past 2 seasons and have played a huge part in transforming the club though this close association. The sponsorship has enabled us to improve training facilities at the club and the quality of coaching to young children.

Istead rise community centre

Istead Rise is typical of rural areas: Young families and teenagers with little to do. The past four years has seen the Community Association work hard to get a MUGA, play equipment, a skateboard ramp, and a shelter. The final and largest part of the jigsaw was the extension of the club house so that teenagers and younger children had somewhere of their own to go. The cost was kept to around £80k through a lot of voluntary input. When it stumbled to find the last £10k Kuflink Foundation stepped in. The Kuflink Foundation explained, “This is just the sort of project The Foundation wants to support: It helps young people and the local community has rolled its sleeves up to show it is serious.”

Istead Rise Community Association Chairman, Roger Symes; “To know the Kuflink Foundation is there in the background to help youngsters is uplifting. We are extremely grateful.”

Dhells Fitness Centre
We have worked with The Kuflink Foundation on numerous occasions to help disadvantaged youths in our area. With their support we have been able to make a positive impact on the lives of countless young people, and for that we are forever grateful.
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All donations are more than welcome and 100% of funds will be used to benefit young people in Education Sport and Health. To donate please click on the link below


How to Contact Us:

T: 01474 330160

The Kuflink Foundation
21 West Street
DA11 0BF

Registered Charity Number: 1124351