CAMBRIDGESHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Connecting local people who care with local causes that matter

CAMBRIDGESHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Connecting local people who care with local causes that matter

CAMBRIDGESHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Connecting local people who care with local causes that matter

CAMBRIDGESHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Connecting local people who care with local causes that matter

CAMBRIDGESHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Connecting local people who care with local causes that matter

CAMBRIDGESHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Connecting local people who care with local causes that matter

Welcome

Cambridgeshire Community Foundation is part of a worldwide charitable network of community foundations. We aim to build stronger communities in the county of Cambridgeshire by making it easier for donors to give and connect to local voluntary and community groups that are addressing the issues that impact people's lives.

What is a Community Foundation?

This wiki definition sums it up nicely

Community foundations are "instruments of civil society designed to pool donations into a coordinated investment and grant making facility dedicated primarily to the social improvement of a given place. Community foundations are a global phenomenon with 1,700 existing around the world of which over 45 are in the UK".

New Fund - May 16

Healthly Fenland Fund opens. Applications for funding (from £250 to £5,000) for charitable projects to improve the health and well being of people living in Fenland are now invited - read more

Grants Awarded

Visit our interactive map marking the location of some of the charitable projects that received a grant in the year to March 2016. Click our interactive grant map

Grants Bulletin

Sign up to receive our Grants Bulletin  - a newsletter, sent by email, that updates readers on new funds available and provides information on funds that are open for applications. Click here to subscribe to our Grants Bulletin.

Impact Report 2015

Our 2015 Impact Report focused on grants we made in 2014 but revealed their impact in 2015.  Read about how 12 Looked After Children improved their self-esteem, self-confidence & social skills or how 627 three-course meals were served to vulnerable people - click here

Spotlight

To learn more about the latest group we have put under the spotlight, click here

CCF Blog

Hazel's experience as an Intern at CCF in 2016 - read the latest CCF blog