This web site provides an overview of Kirby Cane Charities (KCC), what it does and how you can find out more.

The income of this small charity is used for three main functions, or ‘charitable Objects’ (to use the technical term), they are:
  • The relief of Kirby Cane parishioners who are in need, hardship or distress
  • To promote the education of Kirby Cane people under the age of 25 and in financial need
  • To further the religious and other charitable work of the Church of England in Kirby Cane.

Please contact us if you know of  deserving person or cause (within the remit of the charitable Objects).

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If you know of anyone in Kirby Cane who is vulnerable and/or in need of assistance, please contact Jane Love on 518375 
(kceclerk@gmail.com), or John Cook (the parish council chairman) on 07825 542634, (ja.cook11@btinternet.com) or 
Mike Skipper (parish council vice chairman), on 07860 323939 (michaelpskipper@gmail.com)

For financial aid, please contact us.

Using this site

About us
A summary of what the Charity does and how it works.
News The latest updates from the Charity.
How to make a donation to KCC.
Links Handy links to related organisations.
Leave a note or comments.
Contacts How to raise a query, issue or concern.

Related organisations
Charity Commission
Kirby Cane Charities is registered (no. 1079345) with the Charity Commission for England and Wales.
Details of the trustees, the accounts and governance scheme are all publicly available on the Commission's web site.