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Due to the current situation around Covid-19, the agencies that are part of Support Cambridge have agreed to cancel events until the end of April. Within this time staff will be working from home, Please visit each organisations website to be advised the best way to make contact with the relevant staff. Hunts Forum: www.huntsforum.org.uk….
Local community development organisation, Cambridgeshire ACRE, is working on behalf of Macmillan Cancer Support to understand the needs and experiences of community groups and organisations in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough who may be called upon to support people affected by cancer. We know that those who run local community groups and organisations are sometimes asked to….
NHS England has set out a new way for health and care services to be organised at a local level; these are called primary care networks (PCNs). National Voices (a coalition of health and care charities in England) has published a briefing that explores how voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations might supply knowledge,….
The Etheldreda Award is a medal presented by the Bishop of Ely to people who have given ‘generous and outstanding service which would not otherwise be recognised’. Candidates will be selected from the nominations received by a panel of volunteers who have been appointed by the Bishop to identify twenty to thirty suitable recipients. Most….
Each year the Support Cambridgeshire team conducts a survey to discover the views of the voluntary and community sector in Cambridgeshire. It’s your chance to tell us about your organisation, the challenges that lie ahead and what we can do you help you overcome them. It’s what we’re here for, after all. It should take….
In a report to Cambridgeshire County Council Members of the Commercial and Investment Committee in November 2019, it was agreed that while there may be some financial benefit for charities of creating a County Council sponsored lottery, this could be outweighed by the possibility of losing support through direct contributions. The Council had undertaken considerable….
In these uncertain times for charities (particularly given how difficult it is to obtain and maintain Grant levels) we are increasingly looking towards different avenues to build future relationships and one of these has seen a growing interest in developing business partnerships. The world of CSR has been changing: The days of photographic opportunities with….
The Lloyds Bank Foundation is offering grants of up to 45K or 100K to organisations with a proven track record of helping people achieve Positive Change. Charities can apply if they have an annual turnover of between 25K and 1M pounds per annum, and have worked holistically with individuals to achieve Person Centred Support. Charities….
We all know that Village halls in our local communities do not run themselves: Village halls need dedicated volunteers and by default those volunteers need support and advice to ensure that their Village hall grows and thrives. Support Cambridgeshire is lucky to have Cambridgeshire ACRE as part of its Partnership. The support, advice, guidance and….
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