From the very beginning, our commitment to making a difference has been at the forefront of everything we do here at Kuflink. For us, it doesn’t just mean delivering great products and fantastic interest for our customers, it means making a real, lasting difference in our community. That’s why Kuflink’s founders, the Binning and Chattha families, started The Kuflink Foundation in 2008.
The Kuflink Foundation works closely with Kent County Council and Gravesham Borough Council to provide much-needed education, health and sports initiatives. We’re proud to have provided local organisation The Gr@nd with a town centre HQ free of charge for almost a decade now, from which they deliver truly amazing services to enrich the lives of young people across Kent.
We have also worked with national charities including The Princes Trust, Demelza House and The Martin Roberts Foundation.
Know us from somewhere?
It could be our title sponsorship of the Ebbsfleet United
FC home ground, The Kuflink Stadium!
We’re crazy about sports and sponsor a huge number of local teams and spaces that provide amazing facilities and help to keep our local kids out of trouble! From Kent Schools Rugby to several football teams and even the 1st Northfleet Scout Group, The Kuflink Foundation is keen to make a difference wherever we can.
If you think we could help support a project you’re working on, we’d be thrilled to hear more – please feel free to get in touch.
Our team also does an
Whilst we’re proud to be closely associated with The Kuflink Foundation, we’re also proud to say that many of our individual team members play their part in giving back to the local community through other initiatives:
One member of our team is the Scout Leader at 1st Northfleet Scout Group and dedicates much of his spare time to enriching the lives of young people in the local area and teaching them new skills.
A member of the Kuflink Credit Committee is a Director of Age UK Northwest Kent which provides support to elderly people in Dartford, Gravesham and the surrounding areas. He is also a director of The Grand (mentioned above) which works with people of all ages to improve their health and general wellbeing and to provide them with opportunities to network and socialise.