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So often we hear of funding issues within local clubs and societies and the drive we all have to do to raise additional funds for Kit, vehicles and travel. It’s a never ending problem for us all. A positive solution from Kendal Meat Company...

Get 3% Cash-back on all online orders direct to your club / society

  • ALL on-line orders will generate 3% cashback, which will be sent to local clubs and charities
  • Customers can select which club, charity or society their cash-back will benefit
  • Cash-back for each organisation is collated at the month end and sent direct by BACS

If you would like to discuss how simple it all is, and how your club and members could benefit we would be happy to come and explain things further with you at a club meeting day or evening.


ExpandBackground to the Kmc Shop Club

So often we hear of funding issues within local clubs and societies and the drive we all have to do to raise additional funds for Kit, vehicles and travel. It’s a never ending problem for us all, and so often it’s only a few who do all the work for everybody to benefit from.

At “Kendal Meat Company” We like to think we have a very positive solution to help with these problems. A solution where everybody benefits and it helps raise your Club, Society, Team or Association with funds throughout the year on a weekly basis. Overall a win, win, win outcome for you, your members and ourselves.
How does it work I hear you ask? Simply by going on line your members can order their weekly meat needs from us at fantastic factory prices, and you (The Club) will receive a 3% value on everything they purchase. Orders are placed by 12 Noon the day before and collected through Click and Collect @ the factory the next day or on the day (Monday to Saturday) when you require,

We have a really easy to follow ordering process, even for the techno dinosaur like myself. When you place your order, the customer selects their nominated club, society, group or charity who then receive 3% of the gross sale value paid by BACS monthly into the club account.

Clubs and charities need to be established online by sending in a request for contact. If you order on line and don't have a nominated Club Kmc will donate the 3 % to one of two selected charities we have selected. These national / local charities will change on a periodic basis.

This is an innovative way for us all to benefit within a” win, win, win scenario” – If you would like to discuss how simple it all is, and how your club and members could benefit we would be happy to come and explain things further with you either at a club meeting day or evening. To arrange a meeting or discuss further please call either Dan Weston or Collette Daniels on 01539 721904.

  • Register on the site
  • Select your nominated Club, Society or Charity
  • Select your products
  • Go to the web check out and use secure payment online using the Barclaycard payment system
  • Confirmation of your order will be emailed to you
  • Collect your order on your chosen day
  • Month end – club receives money from your order by BACS
  • You reorder and the process continues

The 3% donation is only available by ordering through the website. Sadly direct purchases don’t have the 3% offer, although there is no difference in price. Online sales allow us to increase our efficiency of handling orders in advance and its this efficiency benefit that allows us to donate this saving to your selected club etc.


ExpandClubs and Charities currently with Kendal Meat Company

Ulverston Otters - a Nominated Charity

Ulverston swimming club is run by volunteers who are involved in coaching and supporting roles. Our swimmers range from 7 years upwards, and for a relatively small club the swimmers have achieved fantastic results. Many of our swimmers swim at County, Regional and even National Level, as individuals and as a team they are successful in the "Diddy" league for our swimmers aged 9-11 years and the Arena league for swimmers aged 10  upwards where they compete in the premier division of this competition.

Any funds raised from meat purchases will help provide equipment like fins, kick boards, hand paddles and also assist with team coaches to transport our teams of swimmers to competitions.

Kendal Lads and Girls Club - A Nominated Charity

Kendal Lads and Girls Club is a youth and community centre situated at Beezon Road Fields, next to the skate park. The Club is home to several organisations including Kendal Amateur Boxing club, Kendal Majorettes and Young Cumbria. The club is about the celebrate it's 50th year so any money raised would go to putting on events to commemorate the anniversay.

1127 (Kendal) Air Cadet - A Nominated Charity

The Air Cadet Organistation is a registered Charity, parented by the Royal Air Force with the purpose of fostering an interest in aviation in young men and women and to promote good ciitizenship and community leadership. 1127 (Kendal) Squadron is the local Air Cadet serving the Kendal and district areas.

Apart from flying, gliding and shooting provided centrally by the Ministry of Defence, all other Squadron activities and requirements, in terms of equipment, have to be sourced through fund raising. This is overseen by the work of the Squadron's Civilian Welfare Commitee.



k9partners team ilbrey dog rescue -  A Nominated Charity

We are a non-profit organisation dog resucue. We have a local and national foster homes for the dogs in our care, also a kennels base locally. We are a large breed/bull breed only rescue and have many dogs in foster care and kennels. All of our dogs are vet checked, neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and flea treatment up to date, also fully assessed before being ready for adoption. As we are a non profit all money raised goes straight back into paying bills for vets, kennels etc which we have no dicount with. Every penny counts with helping these dogs back into forever loving homes.


Kendal Cricket Club - A Nominated Charity

Kendal Cricket Club has proudly been in existence since 1836 and is a founder member of the Northern Cricket League. Our main ground is located on Shap Road in Kendal and we offer a wide range of activities for anyone wishing to participate in cricket at any level. We currently run 3 senior teams, our 1st and 2nd XI’s play in the Northern Cricket League and our 3rd XI in the Westmorland League. We also have a thriving junior section with 7 teams playing in the Westmorland Junior Cricket League.

Our Shap Road ground is also home to the Kendal Bowman and archery sessions taking place at various times during the spring and summer months.

Any funds kindly donated/raised would be used to maintain the ground, to purchase much needed equipment for our junior cricketers and to help develop our growing coaching team. We very much thank you in advance for all your support.”

Kendal Ladies Hockey Club -  A Nominated Chairty


Kendal Ladies Hockey Club is a relatively small yet successful community club offering hockey training and competition to all ages from reception to masters! We currently run 2 adults teams, 1 development team and several junior teams from U10 upwards. All kind contributions and donations are gratefully received and are put towards the further development of the club. This includes the purchase of new equipment, kit and resources in addition to the ongoing training and development of coaches and umpires.

Kendal United Junior Football Club - A Nominated Charity

Kendal United provide footballing opportunities for boys, girls and adults development of both players and coaches alike is very important to us. However our main focus is

on fun and teaching youngsters the benefits of loyalty, team work,respect and health through football.

It is a continual battle to raise funds for equipment and playing spaces so initiatives like this one run by KMC is very much appreciated.


Bendrigg Trust - A Nominated Charity

Bendrigg Trust is a residential outdoor education centre working with disabled young people. We promote independence, encourage inclusion & build self-confidence through the provision of outdoor adventurous activities. Set up in 1978, we provide amazing opportunities for over 3,000 people every year. We bring out hidden potential through involvement in a wide range of activities they never dreamt possible; due to disability or social disadvantage. Bendrigg is one of the very few providers of such specialist facilities in the UK. People with a disability have little expecation of being able to participate in adventurous activities and we have found that, when they have the opportunity to do this, it unlocks enormous potential and increases significantly their expectations in life. Our work is necessarily very staff-intensive and donations are important to allow us to continue to provide these experiences

Staveley First Responders - A Nominated Charity

Fist Responders are linked to the Ambulance Service to assist in recovery and life support until the Paramedic/Ambulance arrives. This is important in remote villages as the first 8 minutes of a cardiac arrest are most crucial. Being local, we can be on scene within minutes to massively increase the likelyhood of a good outcome.

Kendal and District Lions Club  -  A Nominated Charity

Kendal and District Lions Club is a member of the largest charitable organisation in the world and whenever there is a disaster around the world Lions step in offering help and monetary aid.

Locally we help where we can offering individual grants to those in need and also to other local charities.  Every Christmas we take Father Christmas around the town on his sleigh collecting money for these causes.  At Easter we arrange a fun day at the castle offering a fun and cheap day out for local families.  We are redesigning a garden at the hospital for the staff and patients and can help in more practical ways where needed by individuals.  We distribute ‘Message in a Bottle’ and ‘Message in a Wallet’. The majority of the money we raise is given out locally and we do not have any administration charges.

South Lakes Craft Fairs - A Nominated Charity

We are a non profit organisation, we take no money for ourselves every penny after costs is donated to charity. 

We arrange craft fairs that raise money for charity including the smaller less supported ones. All must have a branch within Cumbria or no further South  than Lancaster.

Any money from this cashback will help oay for advertising this meaning we can donate more of the money raised to the charity that event is for. 

Natland and Oxenholme Preschool - A Nominated Charity

We are a parent run community preschool based in The Village Hall in Natland providing high quality care and education for preschool aged children from birth to 5 years.

We are a registered charity and non profit making organisation and any fundraising money donated will be used to purchase new resources and equipment for the Preschool to further enhance our provision.

Animal Resuce Cumbria - A Nominated Charity

Animal Rescue is staffed by a small team of able and dedicated professional carers, who are supplemented by equally dedicated volunteers.

We take in and rescue cats and dogs and find them, wherever possible, suitable new homes. We get animals in for all sorts of reasons, from stray and abandoned to people moving house and unable to take them.

Our biggest expense by far is the monthly vet bill which average around £2000.

World Challenge -  A Nominated Charity

It is for World Challenge - a group of 18 Teens are going from Kirkbie Kendal School in July 2016 - they each need to raise £3,335.00 just to go, then buy all their equipment and vaccines. 

World Challenge is the leading provider of life-changing school expeditions.

World Challenge expeditions are designed to develop important life skills, helping students to:

  • Hone teamwork and leadership skills 

  • Gain confidence and self-esteem 

  • Become more globally aware 

  • Enhance employment prospects

Kendal Bowmen Archery Club - A Nominated Charity

The Kendal Bowmen archery club started in 1972, and has members from all around the Kendal area with ages ranging from 11 years upwards.  We promote archery in all its different forms, run beginners courses for anyone who wishes to try this sport and perhaps to then join the club, and run various have a go days.  We run tournaments in the disciplines of target, longbow, field, and clout, and have members participating in events throughout Cumbria and nationally.

Monies raised from this promotion will be used to maintain and improve the equipment we provide to all new members before they purchase their own. 




Kendal Wasps Ladies Rugby - A Nominated Charity

Kendal Wasps are a ladies rugby team only formed two years ago. In that short space of time the Wasps have won their league, made a national cup final and won the Cumbria cup.

Due to the success of the team, gaining promotion to a higher level of league rugby, the Wasps now have a lot further to travel for matches. The money raised will go towards transport costs.

Tourism for ALL UK  - A Nominated Charity

Tourism for ALL UK is an independent charity supporting leisure and tourism opportunities for all. operating an information service to people with disabilities and older people and working with the industry and government to raise the standards of.  Welcome to all guests.

Kendal County Football Club - A Nominated Charity

Kendal County Football Club is an adult football club based in Kendal, Cumbria. They are part of a Charter Standard Community Club which is twinned with Wattsfied Youth Football Club enabling all ages to play at high quality facilities with all coaches qualified and providing excellent knowledge from 6 years old through to open age football. Kendal County 1st team play in the National Football pyramid in the West Lancashire League with the reserves playing in the Westmorland Football League. The Club is made up of around 15 voolunteers who form a committee which meet every 6 weeks and hold an AGM annually on how the club is progressing and how to move forward.

Any funds raised through the generous cashback offer would go back into developing the club and purchase of new equipment allowing the club to provide a top quality service to it's members.

Kendal Town Football Club - A Nominated Charity.

Kendal Town FC is a members led, community based, not for profit Charter Standard

football club, based at our floodlit stadium on Parkside Road, Kendal. Our mission is

to bring football excellence at the highest levels to South Lakeland.

The mens team plays in the Northern Premier League Northern Division, the ladies

team plays in the North West Women’s Regional League Division One North, the

mens under 18s play in the Lancashire floodlit league and the eleven youth

development teams play against various other senior clubs and academies.

All funds received will directly support the playing teams and maintenance of our


The Kendalians (Majorettes) - A Nominated Charity

The Kendalians are a Majorette Troupe who practice all year round. They compete at competitions in the North West and East of England. The Majorettes do shows for  local fetes, schools etc. The Majorettes are a voluntary group and all trainers, committe, helpers give their time freely. Subs paid by members pay for practice riooms, insurance and general running costs. All uniforms are provided free to members and they hold fundraising events to cover the costs of them. Any money raised would be be used for uniform and equipment.

Dean Gibson P.T.F.A - A Nominated Charity

Dean Gibson PTFA is and has been an integral part of the school community for many years. In it's time the PTFA has raised thousands of pounds, which has been spent on equipment and resources to enhance our children's education experience and the school's facilities.

Our PTFA is about much more than simply fundraising. The PTFA exists to provide closer links between home and school and it is an excellent way to bring staff, parents, carers, grandparents and friends together socially in support of the school, working towards a common goal.



Kirkbie Kendal School Association - A Nominated Charity

Kirkbie Kendal School Association rasises funds to support and enrich the opportunities and provide extra items for the use of all students attending Kirkbie Kendal School. Recently funds provided a mini bus, printing and screen presses for the art department. We would like to help provide library and careers books, outside tables and additional outside shade for students.

Selside Endowed C of E -  A Nominated Charity

We are a small rural primary school on the outskirts of Kendal; the Diocese has agreed to build an extension on the school giving us a school hall, which will also act as an extra classroom and library. We have to raise 10% = £24,000 over the next two years towards the cost of the new extension


Westmorland South Lakes Branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society - A Nominated Charity

We strive to provide welfare support, dance and movement classes, swimming sessions, yoga classes. therapy sessions and social functions for local people suffering from MS.

Our efforts are entirely down to volunteers raising monehy to provide for all of the above.

HERON HILL SCHOOL - A Nominated Charity

Hern Hill fundraise throughout the year and the monies raised contribute towards or pay for equipment and school educational trips to enhance learning.

MANNA HOUSE (CUMBRIA)  -  A Nominated Charity


Manna House provides a community of support  to meet physical, social and emotional needs of people who are homeless and vulnerably housed in the South Lakeland district of Cumbria. Our main areas of support are:-

  • Practical material assistance to address urgent physical needs
  • Compassion, acceptance and positive role models for social and emotional wellbeing
  • Advice, assistance and advocacy on housing and money matters to improve housing security.
  • Learning opportunities that improve health, wellbeing and employment prospects.

Money donated by the Kendal Meat Company would go to support our Drop in sessions which are held three times a week and include a free hot meal for our clients. This would likely touch the lives of over 1000 people each year.


The Rosemere Cancer Foundation supports local cancer treatment and services across Lancashire and South Cumbria, funding those things that fall outside the scope of the NHS. Rosemere also invests in cancer reasearch undertaken within the region, to give local patients early access to new treatments and latest techniques.  9000 people are diagnosed with cancer across our region every year, this equates to 1 in 3 of us having a diagnosis at some point in our lives. It is therefore vital that we bridge the gap and ensure that local people get the best care and treatment when they need it most.

This year we are celebrating our 20th anniversary as both a charity and treatment centre and we have launched a £1.5 million pound appeal for 3 exciting and ground breaking projects which will make a real difference to local cancer patients for the next 20 years. Your support will help take us closer to reaching our appeal target and ensuring we can provide these projects to local cancer patients.

Sight Advice South Lakes - A Nominated Charity

Sight Advice South Lakes is a local independent Charity that has been providing support and information to children, young people and adults living with visual impairment and their families for over 60 years in the South Lakes area.

Any funds raised will be used to contribute to the production of our bi monthly magazine which is a valuable source of information for local people living with sight loss.

Thank you for your support.

Friends of Castle Park -  A Nominated Charity

We are a parents voiunteer charity that has been set up to raise vital extra funding to subsidise the government allocations for Castle Park School to allow the children to have enhanced learning opportunities which may not otherwise have been available.  We have contributed to climbing and playing equipment for the playgrounds including an all weather running track, books and other educational rescources, transport to allow educational trips to take place as well as having the opportunity to bring guests into school to enhance the curriclum. 



Great North Air Ambulance -  A KMC Chosen Charity


The Great North Ambulance Service operates three helicopter air ambulances acress the North East, Cumbria and North Yorkshire. We receive no lottery or Government funding and are 100% charitable funded by the  general public and our Corporate Supporters, we need to raise £4 million each year to keep this vital life saving service flying.

On board are specialist trauma doctors and paramedics bringing Accident and Emergency expertise to the scene and giving the patient the best possible chance of recovery.

Jump into Kendal -  A Nominated Charity

The Jump into Kendal Facebook Group was founded in Feb 2013 and has rapidly grown to over 7,300 members who all share great memories of our little market town of Kendal, which is known as 'The Gateway to the Lakes'.

The Jump into Kendal Group was started by Darren Ashton, a lorry driver born in Kendal. Darren loves finding old pictures of the town’s buildings and yard and seeing how the town has changed over the years. The group allows us all to share our photographs and memories of the old town with its ever changing shops and businesses.

As a group, Jump into Kendal cares a lot for its community, many of our activities help promote local businesses that keep our community alive or help raise funds for charities like the Great North Air Ambulance Service. Our social activities include party nights, get togethers and weekly walks

St. John's Hospice - A Nominated Charity

All our care is provided free of charge to patients and their families but it is not cost free. With each order you will help us to provide the vital care to our patients and their families. You would be helping to secure the future of your local hospice so that we are here to provide care now and for the generations to come.

Macmillan Cancer Support -   A KMC Chosen Charity


A staggering one in three people will have cancer at some point in their lives and Macmillan Cancer Support aims to help this growing number of people and their loved ones every step of the way. The donations we receive from your purchases will go towards providing support and funding services, not only across the UK, but locally for you.

Riversiders and Steps Social Clubs - A Nominated Charity

Riversiders and Steps are Social Clubs for people with learning disabilities in the Kendal and South Lakes area. The Club members enjoy coming because they can meet in a happy, relaxed, safe and non-threatening environment, enjoying social interaction, engage both in individual hobbies and shared activites, develop further life skills and participate as widely as possible in community life and activities. The club members are encouraged to develop their life skills by taking responsibility for running club activities as much as possible; thus helping to give them confidence and self-esteem in their everyday life.


CancerCare - A Nominated Charity

CancerCare is a unique independent charity dedicated to helping North Lancashire & South Lakeland families affected by cancer and other life limiting conditions (including Multiple Sclerosis, heart disease, lung diseases, and neurological conditions.)

CancerCare’s wide range of free professional therapy services are designed to help individuals and their families come to terms with and manage the challenges of a serious health condition and include: Counselling,Hypnotherapy, Alexander Technique, Aromatherapy Massage,Group Activities,Support Groups and a Children and Young People’s Service.

With over 30 years of experience, CancerCare has worked with and helped over 22,000 local people affected by cancer and other life limiting conditions.

CancerCare began life in 1983 as a small volunteer led telephone helpline service based in an office within Royal Lancaster Infirmary offering support to local cancer patients and their families in an informal, relaxed manner. CancerCare now has two dedicated centres based in Kendal (The Lakes Centre, Blackhall Road) and in Lancaster (Slynedales, Slyne Road) and also provides outreach services in local hospitals and community outlets.

All CancerCare services are provided free of charge; possible only through fundraising and generous donations from local people.


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