Find out more about where to get funding
CCVS members can apply for RAG funding
CCVS provide services to member groups which include support, advice and one to one sessions fully tailored to your needs
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.
The CCVS 2014 photo competition winners have been announced. The theme this year was Helping Hands - How your favourite community group in Cambridgeshire is a helping hand in the community
Local community action is organised into community and voluntary groups that provide tailor-made services to local people in need. If you want to find out what is available in your area or search for a group by type of service download the Directory, which is even bigger and better than before: 2014 Winter Directory of Voluntary and Community Groups in Cambridgeshire
Living Sport is coming to the CCVS Funding Fair on 16 December.
Living Sport provides advice on funding opportunities available to develop sport and sports groups.
Are you a local sports group?
Find out what resources might be available to help your club or group.
Are you a group wanting to develop sport for your members?
Do you want to develop sport for children and young people?
Can you use sport to bring health and wellbeing benefits to people experiencing health issues or other disadvantage?
Find out how Living Sport can help.
Book an appointment at the Funding Fair. Call 01223 464696 or email firstname.lastname@example.org