Student Activity Groups




Liberation History Month Fund

The fund for Women's History Month is now OPEN! Click here to apply!

This year, the theme of International Women’s Day is: #BalanceForBetter - the website explains this theme as the following: The future is exciting. Let's build a gender-balanced world. Everyone has a part to play - all the time, everywhere. From grassroots activism to worldwide action, we are entering an exciting period of history where the world expects balance. We notice its absence and celebrate its presence. Balance drives a better working world. Let's all help create a #BalanceforBetter.

As a KCLSU Student Activity Group, you can apply for a grant of up to a maximum of £150 to run an event, campaign or project. The link to submit your application is via this link:

Your initiative must meet the funding criteria below:

  • Allow people to explore the current and/or historical oppression of the liberation group.
  • Celebrate the achievements so far in the fight for liberation.
  • Challenge racism/sexism/genderism/hetero sexism/ableism/classism.
  • Contribute towards building a strong, diverse and vibrant King’s community

I have attached some guidance for making an application to this email as well as some existing resources from the NUS Women’s Campaign to support you: I hope these prove helpful!  

If you want any support or help with your application, please don’t hesitate to get in touch! The deadline for applications is Friday 18th February at midday


Development Fund

Development Funding is available to all KCLSU Activity Groups and Societies. The funds can be used for groups to carry out normal core activities, new projects, Wellbeing Initiatives or KCLSU Events (i.e. Welcome, One World, etc.). 

Please note: Student Activity Groups and Societies are able to apply for funding for all of the above. Sports Clubs and Liberation Networkd are able to apply for funding for Wellbeing Initiatives, or KCLSU Events (i.e Welcome, One World, etc.).

This document is a breakdown of all of the questions found in the Development Fund application form, including some tips. Click here to download and read through before you apply.


Development Fund Application Dates

Window 1: 9th July at midday - 6th August at midday (Core & New Initiatives funding for STUDENT ACTIVITY GROUPS ONLY, Welcome & Wellbeing funding for student activity groups, sports clubs & networks)

Window 2: 1st October at midday - 19th October at midday (Core & New Initiatives funding for STUDENT ACTIVITY GROUPS ONLY, One World & Wellbeing funding for student activity groups, sports clubs & networks)

Window 3: 7th January at midday - 28th January at midday (Core & New Initiatives funding for STUDENT ACTIVITY GROUPS ONLY, Student Volunteering Week & Wellbeing funding for student activity groups, sports clubs & networks) - Attendance to the Activities Forum is required in order to be eligible for this window of the Development Fund

Window 4: 1st April at midday - 22nd April at midday (Core & New Initiatives funding for STUDENT ACTIVITY GROUPS ONLY, Wellbeing funding for student activity groups, sports clubs & networks)


Kings Community Fund

Do you have a big idea on how to improve the King’s community? Whether an individual, group or student representative you can apply for the King's Community Fund to make it happen.

The fund is now closed. 

The fund is made possible through donations from King’s alumni and is there to support ideas and projects aimed at improving our King’s community or for being part of something with fellow students. 

Applicants can bid for between £750 and £10,000 for each project. The fund can cover things like equipment, promotional materials, conference/event costs and training. It’s there to help make an idea happen.

Check out the guidelines for more information, and contact with any questions.


Widening Participation Fund

The WP fund is for any KCL students or student groups or sports clubs who would like to run a WP Outreach Project. You can apply to the fund by filling out the application form before midday on the 12th of November.

This fund is now closed.

You can apply for up to £500 of funding to get your project going. We are looking for creative, out of the box, innovative and imaginative projects so get your thinking caps on. Whether that’s working in a local community centre or primary school we want to hear your ideas.

Before applying to the fund it is a good idea to ensure it means the aims of Widening Participation. You’ll also need to ensure that a member of your society attends the Safeguarding training, dates of which will be sent to you once you hand your application in.
You can complete the training once your application has been handed in, so please don’t let this hold you back! Have a look at what has been done before and for more ideas have a look at the WP Project Guidelines.