What can we do for you?

Support Cambridgeshire is a partnership of three trusted community based organisations within Cambridgeshire.

As such, we are committed to supporting, advising and guiding any voluntary or community based organisation that works or operates across the 5 county districts.

Development workers within the partnership can advise on a range of support needs which include:

  • Finding relevant and appropriate funding geared to your needs or goals
  • Acting as a critical friend through the reviewing and commenting on potential funding applications
  • Advising on constitutions, governing documents, policies, protocols, DBS check processes and procedures
  • Providing information and support on establishing a community group, or running and managing a community facility such as a village hall or community centre.

Support Cambridgeshire partners are also committed to providing 12 free training courses between now and September 2017, 4 of which are volunteering related (how to recruit, retain and manage volunteers). Visit our training pages to see what’s on offer. These pages are regularly updated as the programme changes and develops.

Support Cambridgeshire will also be providing 10 free Network events between now and September 2017 on a wide range of different and topical subjects. Visit our latest events page here.

In addition, Support Cambridgeshire will be delivering 2 funding fairs between now and September 2017. This is a fantastic opportunity to meet potential funding organisations directly and pose your questions. Keep checking the latest events page for dates and locations.

Support Cambridgeshire now has a designated jobs and opportunities page, so if you want to advertise volunteer or paid staff roles then contact Support cambridgeshire.

Support Cambridgeshire posts news items regularly. If you have something to say about your organisation and what it does, we will happily post this on your behalf.

There is even a business offer. Visit our knowledge and skills exchange page and help spread the word.

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