Arm Cambridge Fund
Arm Cambridge Fund makes small grants to support charitable projects across Cambridgeshire and is keen to support projects working within the CCF priorities of Community Development and Engagement, Children Young People and Families and Adults Facing Life Crisis.
Home-Start Cambridgeshire received £1,600 to run a weekly group at Chesterton Children's Centre for mothers and their under 5's to act as a stepping stone to other services.
Cambridge Breastfeeding Alliance CIO received £1,410 towards a weekly drop-in session which offers free, skilled breastfeeding support to mothers and families.
Bedazzle received £1,000 towards running weekly inclusive theatre sessions for young adults with a range of abilities.
Cambridge Student Community Action received £1,500 to to recruit and retain student volunteers aged 17-21 for projects supporting disabled and disadvantaged children and adults.
20Twenty Productions CIC received £3,000 towards enabling young volunteers to inspire other young people to get involved in volunteering, including planning and running a social action conference.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra received £1,500 towards a music-making project with young people who have complex mental health conditions and eating disorders.
Kings Hedges Family Support Project received £2,000 to run weekly drop-in sessions for families.