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Fundraising Events

6 people in a line posing for a 10 km run

Fundraising enables Hi Kent to continue doing its work for deaf and hard of hearing people throughout the county of Kent. We have several fun fundraising initiatives and we are very grateful to all those who participate.

Read on to find out more about how you can take part!

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People sitting at tables at the Sutton Valence Quiz night, 29 September 2018

Hi Kent regularly holds fun and popular quiz nights throughout the county of Kent to raise funds. These nights normally involve a raffle and other competitions in addition to the quiz. Please book now and come join us!

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Sports Sponsorship Events

3 runners posing inside a frame for the Royal Parks Half Marathon

Hi Kent is lucky to have some amazing people raise money for us by taking part in sponsored sports events. Some events our teams have completed include:

  • The London Marathon 2017;
  • Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 (100 mile cycling challenge from London to Surrey);
  • Thames Path Run;
  • Royal Parks Half Marathon.

If you'd like to be one of these amazing people and enable Hi Kent to keep doing it's work, please contact us to find out more. Hi Kent pre-books places and there is no minimum amount you need to raise in order to participate.

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Kent Charities Group

The mayor with Kent Charities Group representatives.

Hi Kent is a member charity of the Kent Charities Group. The Group is a unique partnership of independent registered charities and was first established in 2004. Member charities are all local Kent charities and support vulnerable people across Kent.

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For information on member charities and fundraising events, including the annual Christmas Draw, please visit

The Group’s partnership working has been endorsed by Patron, actor Nigel Havers.

Nigel Havers

I was delighted to be invited to be a Patron of the Kent Charities Group. I know that they do invaluable work, and look forward to working with them in the future.

Nigel Havers, Patron of the Kent Charities Group

Visit the Kent Charities Group website