How to find funding

Find out more about where to get funding


How to find support & advice

CCVS provide services to member groups which include support, advice and one to one sessions fully tailored to your needs


How to find training

CCVS provides training & events. See whats available and when. We are bound to have a course for you


How to get connected

By Joining CCVS you benefit your group and also become part of a voluntary sector network that can influence policy makers.


CCVS is an independent registered charity, set up by local organisations as an infrastructure and network organisation to help and support community and voluntary groups in Cambridge City, South Cambridgeshire and Fenland.

In the News

Small grants available for Cambridge groups

Local groups working directly with people in the Petersfield, Romsey and/or the Mill Road area can apply for grants of up to £500 from the Sturton Street Methodist Church Council.

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Read and download ACF's latest report Giving Trends: Top 300 Foundations, the first of a new series of annual reports which will track key indicators of the health of the foundation sector: its giving, its income and the value of its assets

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