New Soup based funding opportunity - 18/04/2016
CambridgeSoup joins forces with WOUP to enable local good causes to win money over a bowl of soup Following on from the success of launching CambridgeSoup back in February, Allia www.allia.org.uk is pleased to confirm the date of its second CambridgeSoup on Tuesday 24th May 2016 at Allia’s Norfolk Street Future Business Enterprise Centre, Cambridge.
New Domestic Abuse information - 15/04/2016
The City Council have put up a new web page about where to get help if you, or someone you know, are suffering from Domestic Abuse.
Cambridge City review of community facilities - 22/03/2016
Have your say on the different community buildings owned and run by the City Council and help them identify other spaces.
New tool to evaluate your group - 22/02/2016
The Big Lottery Fund has launched a new website that can be used by charities, community groups and social enterprises to receive free personalised reports on how to improve their performance and sustainability.
Charity trustees must engage with and use finance guidance from the regulator if they are to run their charities effectively, the Charity Commission tells charity trustees.
The second phase consultation on Recommissioning of Early Help Services is now out. This does not make easy reading and will impact on voluntary groups. Comments needed by 18 January.
Small grants for projects that benefit young people - 27/11/2015
Funding available for projects that support young people in Cambridgeshire. Deadline 31 Dec.
The application window for this funding is now open. Closing date is 22 January 2016.
Making Ends Meet - Sustainability in the Voluntary Sector will be your chance to hear from national and local speakers about how groups can become sustainable and what the issues for the future might be.
Invitation to public lecture - linking psychology, emotional well-being and mental health – on Monday 2nd of November at Girton College, Cambridge - 15/10/2015
An initiative of the East of England Branch, Division of Clinical Psychology, British Psychological Society FREE public keynote lecture by Jacqui Dillon “Relationships matter”