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New Blog on opportunity to bid for funding for Adult Skills - 18/12/2018

CCVS recently attended a meeting of the Combined Authority to hear how they plan to commission the Adult Education Budget.

Collaboration is key - a great resource for the sector. - 09/11/2018

Read these examples of now collaboration has reaped benefits for the sector, including how we worked with the Cambridge Hub as part of one of their projects.

CCVS Supported Volunteering Project Worker Vacancy - 25/10/2018

Join the CCVS team!

Find out about commissioning in Cambridgeshire - 21/09/2018

Are you a voluntary or community group working in Cambridgeshire or Peterborough? Do you know that Cambridgeshire & Peterborough have a new commissioning unit that decides how all contracts and grants are awarded?

Statement on CCVS merger plans. - 31/07/2018

A short statement on the planned merger that CCVS had been looking at.

Cambridge City Council Digital inclusion directory - 23/07/2018

If you are a Cambridge City resident and would like to find out more about getting online and improve your skills then this new directory from the Council is the place to go!

You are invited to a Community Networking Meet Up! - 04/07/2018

Who can come? - Anyone working or volunteering for an organisation that runs activities/events or offers services in North Cambridge or has an interest in the area. There will be cake and drinks!

Strawberry Fair want you to raise money for your group! - 30/04/2018

The Strawberry Fair committee are looking for a lead partner to manage the bucket collection at this years event. The organising group will get to keep 25% of the money collected.

University students help with digital plans - 19/03/2018

Here at CCVS we have been working with 5 exceptional Cambridge University students through the Cambridge Hub Social Innovation Programme. They have helped us to start to imagine our digital future.

Charities must do more to promote diversity on their boards, new research shows - 15/11/2017

New research involving around 3,500 trustees shows boards are not reflective of the communities charities serve, with men outnumbering women two to one