Last chance to meet the funders - 07/12/2016
The CCVS Funders Fair is being held on the 12th December at our new offices in Arbury Court. There are a few places still available so contact us to book a slot.
Once upon a time - CCVS Conference and AGM - 11/11/2016
If politics have told us anything in the last couple of years it is that stories trump facts! In a world where there is more and more noise it is getting harder to get your story heard. As funding dries up and competition increases, highlighting what you do and the difference it makes becomes an essential skill.
would you like help with your digital skills? This Lloyds bank course may be for you.
There are three grant schemes available to support British Science Week (10-19 March 2017) activities: one for schools, one for community groups, and one for BSA branches.
Are you a personal assistant or interested in a career in support in Cambridgeshire and looking for work? - 06/10/2016
Join Cambridgeshire PA Finder and make finding the right job much easier. PA Finder is a register of personal assistants who are looking for work supporting older people and people with disabilities to live independently in their own homes in Cambridgeshire.
The Police and Crime Commissioner wants your views - 03/10/2016
What do you think should be in the Police and Crime Plan? What should the Police be concentrating on? Now is the time to give your views.
#cambscrowdfund needs your help - 08/07/2016
Our members tell us that they want help with crowdfunding and CCVS are looking for sponsors to make this a reality. We need £2000 to make this project happen.
CCVS wants your opinion on funding issues - 17/06/2016
We want to hear about your funding relationships and issues. Have you had a bad experience, or a good one. All anonymous.
CHARITY PROPERTY MATTERS SURVEY 2016 - 25/05/2016
The CHARITY PROPERTY MATTERS SURVEY 2016 is now live, hosted by UK charity the Ethical Property Foundation in partnership with the Charity Commission. This is an important piece of research for our voluntary sector, so please take the chance to make your views heard. It takes just 5 minutes to complete.
Trustees, charity professionals and volunteers should continue to be aware of online extortion or ‘ransom’ demands affecting UK businesses. Charities could also be vulnerable to attack and so are encouraged to be vigilant. This advice is particularly relevant for those charities which operate overseas and/or deal with international partners in high risk zones.