Charity Lifeline Community Benefit Fund
Charity Lifeline is a Community Interest Company founded in March 2013 (registration number 8457448). Charity Lifeline uses the profit it generates to support small community and voluntary groups, financially vulnerable people and the environment.
In part this support is done via the Charity Lifeline Community Benefit Fund which is described below. To read more about the work of Charity Lifeline - visit their website
The Charity Lifeline Community Benefit Fund offers grants for running costs and small projects. Local, small community and voluntary groups based within the Huntingdonshire District Council boundaries are invited to apply for a grant from £250 to £750.
Cambridge Open Art Exhibition received £200 to encourage children to get involved with art and develop their creativity.
Disability Cambridgeshire received £500 to contribute towards insurance and subscription to CharityLog, the CRM software.
The Port Youth Group received £380 to improve and expand the equipment available to members of the youth club.
Whittlesey Young People's Counselling Service received £720 to continue providing counselling services to 10 young people aged 13-17 in Whittlesey, Stanground and Yaxley.
The Acorn Cancer Support Group received £600 to have a Christmas lunch for 75 adult patients, carers and ex-carers affected by cancer in the Huntingdonshire area.
Huntingdon Area Money Advice CIO (HAMA) received £700 to recruit a part-time administrator to support the current team of volunteers and improve the service offered.
St Neots Timebank received £300 to deliver a 1940s themed event for isolated and vulnerable people in and around St Neots in honour of VE day.