Giving a Voice to the Communities of Fenland - 18/03/2021
Fenland will soon be given a say on how its small, local community groups are heard, represented and given the tools to grow and thrive.
Census 2021: Scam reminder for our communities - 12/03/2021
Ahead of Census Day (Sunday 21 March), Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Against Scams Partnership advised that it may be useful to know more about the Census to help prevent scams
Funding is available for small groups working with families in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire. You can apply for up to £500 to allow you to support families with children with food, fuel or other essential supplies. Funding will be awarded on a first come first served basis until it is allocated.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Road Safety Partnership is to relaunch as the ‘Vision Zero Partnership’, under a radical new Road Safety Strategy. The new strategy is based on the principle that no human being should be killed or seriously injured as the result of a road collision and sets ambitious targets for a 50% reduction in people killed and seriously injured by 2030 and working towards zero fatalities and severe injuries by 2040.
Up to £500 for Cambridgeshire groups working with children, young people and their families, support vulnerable and marginalised groups or those directly affected by the pandemic.
Christmas for Vulnerable Families in Cambridge - 06/11/2020
Cambridge City Council, working with the Foodbank and Cambridge Sustainable Food have put together some information about how people can help out this Christmas.
The NHS is there to help - 03/11/2020
This winter, it’s really important that we all remember that the NHS is here to help you stay well, safely.
Local charities secure funding for services supporting domestic and sexual abuse victims.
Funding for groups to tackle inequalities in Sport - 05/06/2020
The focus of this Project led by Sport England is to help reduce the negative impact of COVID-19 and the widening of the inequalities in sport and physical activity. We are looking for groups and organisations that work with people from Lower Socio-Economic Groups, Black, Asian Minority Ethnic Communities (BAME) and /or Disabled People and People with Long-Term Health Conditions (LTC) who can demonstrate their need for funding, to support their work over the next 6 months. Grants are available,
180 Degree consultancy are offering local charities free consultancy support. They recruit Cambridge students supported by professional consultants to help solve your problems.