Feedback from the Connecting Communities Conference 2022

In June 2022, the Connecting Communities Conference took place, an annual volunteering event which aims to upskill and broaden…

Joining the dots

A case study into how we are developing support for groups working with children and young people across Cambridgeshire The…
Funding Week 14th -17th March 2022

Successful fundraising for voluntary groups

In March 2022 Support Cambridgeshire ran an online conference on fundraising over three days open to any community group…

Support Cambridgeshire Impact Report - March till May 2022

Below you can see an infographic highlighting the impact of the Support Cambridgeshire partnership between 1st March 2022…

Critical Friends - Developing a new project

  COPE (Cambridgeshire Older People’s Enterprise) is a registered charity providing information/advocacy, social…

Managing Volunteers – a package of support

Introduction Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) is dedicated to supporting innovation in patient care at the Addenbrooke's…
Family Learning at Peacocks Meadow community garden

Peacocks Meadow Secures Funding as it Provides a Safe Space for Local Residents

Some downtime during lockdown – plus Support Cambridgeshire’s Funding Alert emails – gave this community garden the impetus to go on a fundraising blitz.

Connecting Communities 2021: Your Feedback

We report back on our volunteering conference, and what our attendees thought of it.

Support and Advice for Village Halls

We all know that Village halls in our local communities do not run themselves: Village halls need dedicated volunteers and…

Connecting Communities 2019

On the 20th June 2019 Hunts Forum and Support Cambridgeshire (as part of their Think Different Approach) ran their annual…

More than a Giving Machine

For longer than the term Corporate Social Responsibility (or CSR) has been coined, charities have reached out to businesses…

Reviewing the Community Plan

Wilburton is a small village in East Cambridgeshire which comprises 550 houses (and over 1,000 inhabitants), sitting 6 miles…