The Caitlin Hurcombe Kickstart Fund

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Money Raised to Date

Through Fundraising

£1,290.00

Through Donations

£65.00

Total to Date

£1,355.00



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About The Caitlin Hurcombe Kickstart Fund

Caitlin’s Kickstart Award is a UK Shropshire-based charity, founded in 2001. We give financial help to applicants in their first year of further/higher education.

The present Award is a gift of £1,000 to winners; runners-up receive a cash grant of between £100-£500. The Award is not available for a gap year.

As of 2017 we have gifted over £40,000.

In 2014, CKA established two associated Awards:

The Mary Hayter Memorial Award is offered nationally to students with a disability who are engaged in full or part time education and who would benefit from a cash grant to help with project-related expenses. The first recipient of the Mary Hayter Award of £1,000 is Imogen Godwin, who required a Braille-dedicated computer for her course work. Applicants are invited to apply personally. You may also nominate a candidate for this Award.

Caitlin’s Kickstart Award for Outstanding Achievement is an occasional award offered to applicants/recipients/supporters past and present of Caitlin’s Kickstart Award. Applicants are invited to apply personally. You may also nominate candidates for this Award. The first CKA Outstanding Achievement Award of £1,000 went to Sophie Hayter.



Currently Raising Money For The Caitlin Hurcombe Kickstart Fund

Name Campaign Goal View Sponsor
Linda Hurcombe Caitlin's Kickstart Award treks in Nepal £10,000.00

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