Kuflink is proud to be at the forefront of many amazing initiatives that aim to raise funds for people in our local community. The Binning and Chattha family, who are founders of Kuflink, set up The Kuflink Foundation, formerly, The Alpha Foundation, in 2008 which provides support to communities in Kent and Gravesham.

The charity has worked closely with Kent County Council and Gravesham Borough Council since 2001 to establish The Grand, located in the heart of Gravesend, which provides fantastic opportunities and amenities including a café, networking events, exercise classes, stop smoking support, an allotment to harvest fruit and vegetables.

The Kuflink Foundation has also worked with The Princes Trust to deliver education, sport and health initiatives through their Achieve Programme. To find out more about the amazing work they do visit The Kuflink Foundation website www.kuflinkfoundation.org.uk.

Proud to say…

We’re proud to be one of the primary sponsors of our local football team, Ebbsfleet United FC.

Ebbsfleet currently ply their trade in the Vanarama National League which is the top division of the National League in English football.

Our sponsorship deal with the club is for 5 years and includes the exclusive naming rights of their stadium based on Stonbridge Road in Northfleet, the Kuflink Stadium!

You can find out more about the sponsorship HERE

Our team also do an amazing job…

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.
Kuflink Foundation is registered as a charity in England and Wales (1124351)