Links, contacts and further reading for the People Powered conference, 19 April 2018 The People Powered conference was co-hosted by Living Sport and Hunts Forum, and funded by Huntingdonshire District Council. Training Click here for the upcoming training workshops hosted by Support Cambridgeshire and its partner organisations, Hunts Forum and Cambridge CVS. Most training is […]
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Hunts Forum now has a FREE hot desk available for use by members or partner agencies. To book your hot desk space please contact email@example.com or contact 01480 420601. The desk is situated within the Community Development room, and is available between 9am and 5pm weekdays. The Maple Centre 6 Oak Drive Huntingdon PE29 7HN […]
The Big Lottery’s new Partnership Funding programme offers grants in excess of 10K for organisations that work together with a shared set of aims and goals. Grants are awarded for up to five years and can fund project activities, operating costs, organisational development and capital costs. What kind of partnerships? Partnerships funding is specifically designed […]
New Philanthropy Capital has just launched its new impact support website which has been co-designed through a partnership of over 100 charities and social enterprises. It’s part of NPC’S Impact Management Programme and it has a wealth of free tools & guidance to help charities improve their impact management. Organisations can: Spend 5 minutes taking the data diagnostic […]
Small Charities Week commences on the 18th June 2018. The week celebrates small charities and even smaller community based organisations that make a difference. Between the 18th and the 23rd June, Support Cambridgeshire will be recognising those organisations by posting daily news items. We want to find out more about what you do and why […]
The clock is ticking..!! 1st May 2018 is the application deadline for small ‘Cultivate’ grants of between £2,000-£10,000. Can your organisation help to strengthen communities in Cambridgeshire and reduce pressure on County Council services? Cambridgeshire County Council is seeking to invest in projects that will offer a return on investment and help to achieve the […]
The National Lottery has announced changes to the way it provides funds in a bid to make the process easier and more effective. They have nearly tripled the number of staff they have across England, and they will be working more closely with communities that they support. This means that organisations applying for funds will have […]
A new number for the PALS (Patient Advice and Liaison Service) was launched on 3 April 2018, covering all services across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Luton, Norfolk, Peterborough and Suffolk. The new number is: 0300 131 1000. The PALS service provided by Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust offers a point of contact within the organisation for patients, […]
Please be advised that the NEACO (The Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach) community grant fund is now officially open for applications. NEACO aims to help young people from East Anglia with little or no experience of university to explore the world of higher education. They work with students in years 9-13 who live in […]
We all know that funding is getting harder to achieve and maintain. We also know that funding authorities or agencies expect more for their money than ever before, and the funding world is becoming ever more competitive. So where does an organisation start..?? Stage 1 – Take a look at our Funding Fact-sheets here Stage 2 […]
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