Achieving improved quality of life is about successful outcomes and impacts – the changes or benefits that result from what a charity or project provides.
It means really making a difference.
It is not just about the number of lives touched or training and mentoring sessions delivered, but the effect a project has on people’s lives.
Impact, or more properly social impact, is how the work to improve the outcomes for beneficiaries translates into positive changes for our communities and society in general.
Impact Report Coronavirus Community Fund
Our 2020 Impact Report focuses on the huge amount of work funded by CCF and delivered by groups across the county in the face of the global pandemic.
Impact Report 2017
Our 2017 Impact Report reflects grants awarded in 2016. The report was included on pages 14 - 19 of issue 3 of The Forum magazine.
Impact Report 2016
Our 2016 Impact Report reflects grants awarded in 2015. The report focuses on 8 beneficiary groups and shows how relatively small grants (awarded from a range of the charitable funds we hold) have made tremendous changes to local people's lives.
Impact Report 2015
Our 2015 Impact Report reflects grants awarded in 2014. During the year, CCF awarded just over £1.3 million in grants – of which just under £350,000 went towards IMPROVING LIVES and just over £1 million towards IMPROVING COMMUNITIES
Impact Report 2014
CCF’s first impact report in 2014 sought to explore how our donors’ funding makes a real difference and impacts people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
The report focused on four beneficiary groups:
People with Health Problems; Homeless People; Isolated Older People and Children and Young People with Disabilities