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Would some free consultancy support help your charity - 20/05/2020

180 Degree consultancy are offering local charities free consultancy support. They recruit Cambridge students supported by professional consultants to help solve your problems.

One-off Grant Funding Opportunity to support schemes which help children and young people across Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire - 24/04/2020

One application round to allocate £44,000 Closing date 19th June Bid for £5K-£20K

Funding for Covid 19 groups in Cambridge and South Cambs - 06/04/2020

During the current pandemic crisis, Cambridge City Foodbank is accepting applications for grants of up to £1,000 from organisations and groups which are, directly or indirectly, enabling people in financial distress to receive food and/or meals.

New Government Procurement Policy Note - 23/03/2020

If you are contracted by local authorities or other public bodies then this is an important update. Update 23/3/2020

Coronavirus updates for charities - 04/03/2020

Links to where you can get more information on what you need to be doing to mitigate your risks around coronavirus.

Annual Survey of Cambridgeshire charities and community groups - 11/02/2020

The 2020 survey is now live and we would like your views. Please take 10 minutes to complete the survey as it really helps us to do what we do.

Volunteer 4 Cambridge Conference - 14/11/2019

If you could not attend this conference find out what you missed. If you attended check out the video, the feedback and the wonderful graphic recording.

Office space available - 21/10/2018

CCVS have office space available to rent for charities, social enterprises or small businesses. Find out more about the benefits of being located at Arbury Court.

Help us make a video - 28/04/2020

We want to document a bit of what local charities are doing during this crisis. We want to show how important they are and why they are #NeverMoreNeeded

Who’s going to pay me and when? - 15/04/2020

Cambridge Citizens Advice is playing a key support role during the lockdown “The government will pay you, not me.” This is what some local employers have been reported as saying by worried callers to the Cambridge Citizens Advice helpline. Rachel Talbot, CEO says “If your place of work has shut down or there’s no work for you because of coronavirus, you can carry on getting paid.