Some downtime during lockdown – plus Support Cambridgeshire’s Funding Alert emails – gave this community garden the impetus to go on a fundraising blitz.
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We report back on our volunteering conference, and what our attendees thought of it.
The Support Fenland project moves from discovery to delivery phase with a series of events and the offer of one-to-one support. By Victoria Hopkins This week I have been celebrating two months since I joined the Support Fenland team. Before I head off for a well-earned break, here is her quick update for you all…..
It’s that time again for the annual Connecting Communities conference, a time to bring a range of good practices and thoughts together to talk about volunteering across the county. This year’s theme is Volunteer Management and how the voluntary and community sector can move forwards from the past year. The event is hosted online, and….
This week was another busy week for the Support Fenland project, as we hosted another of our engagement events – this time extending an open invitation to anyone with an interest in community in Fenland.
The Support Fenland project continues at pace this week as we met with members of a wide range of community organisations across the district.
The Support Fenland project starts in earnest with a round-table discussion with council officers about what the voluntary and community sector needs to help it flourish.
The Support Fenland project has started with a series of conversations about what the communities in Fenland need to help them flourish.
In September 2020 Support Cambridgeshire was commissioned to carry out some research into how the voluntary sector and statutory partners have responded to Covid-19. As part of this we talked with: 19 groups made up from a range of county-wide, small and newly formed community groups and charities; representatives from six district/city Covid-response hubs and….
Cambridgeshire Community Foundation (CCF) is the local funding body for our county, administering grants for a range of organisations from Cambridgeshire County Council’s Innovate and Cultivate fund and Amey Community Fund to the Microsoft Research Limited Fund. Its mission is to Actively inspire philanthropy and increase permanent resources for the county of Cambridgeshire Invest in….
Cambridgeshire County Council.