Grants of £4,000, on average, are offered with the aim of helping people who are socially disadvantaged and to build healthier, inclusive, sustainable communities.
- Who can apply?
- Non-profit organisations
- Maximum grant
- No maximum grant value, but the average grant size is £4,000
- Eligible area
- In Cambridge or within a 5km radius from a Cambscuisine restaurant
- 1 February, 1 August
Apply for a grant
The Cambscuisine Community Fund offers grants to support local non-profit organisations that are undertaking charitable work with the aim of helping people that face disadvantages and to those that engage and support local people, and therefore build stronger, healthier, inclusive and sustainable communities.
The aims of the fund are:
- To provide support and relief to those in need. The Cambscuisine mantra is “giving people a second chance”.
- To support the local environment, such as helping local charitable organisations or parish councils plant greenery and carry out other environmental projects. Approximately 20% of the total fund will be used to support this aim.
Grants will be predominantly made to assist charitable projects in Cambridge, but a wider geography may be considered for projects within a 5km radius of Cambscuisine locations. These can be seen on the Cambscuisine website.
About the funder
Founded in 2001, Cambscuisine operates 8 restaurants and pubs in and around Cambridge and is a family-run business with deep roots in the local area. They are committed to supporting charities around Cambridge who aim to support people who are socially disadvantaged, and particularly like to support giving people a second chance. They already have many charitable programmes in place, including paid staff volunteering days and a Back To Work Scheme.
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