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Getting a wider perspective on fundraising: feedback from the Third Sector Fundraising Summit  - 14/08/2023

Our Development Worker Jigna's takeaways on the Third Sector Fundraising Summit:

Volunteering. 6 Points you need to think about - 01/08/2023

A lot has been written about volunteering over the past few months, but we know that the big question in the voluntary sector is, how can we get more people to volunteer?  

Police and Crime Commissioner giving victims a voice - 10/07/2023

POLICE and Crime Commissioner Darryl Preston has launched a new survey asking the public how offenders of anti-social and nuisance behaviour should be punished.

Working collaboratively for impact - 29/06/2023

Could collaborating with another community or statutory organisation give you the skills and capacity needed to put together a great idea to improve people’s health and wellbeing?

Online Volunteer Coffee Mornings and Walk and Talk With CCVS - 31/01/2023

Read CCVS Volunteer Amy's latest blog

Why we need to deliver angrily - 05/12/2022

This blog is about why we as a sector need to be angry. Mark Freeman, CEO of CCVS sets out his thoughts on why we need to deliver angrily.

Cambridge City Council leaders briefing - 01/12/2022

Cllr Anna Smith delivered the City Council leaders briefing for the voluntary sector recently. If you were unable to attend you can now watch it online.

New research on how Cambridge groups are emerging from the pandemic - 22/11/2022

The research set out to capture the views of the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector in Cambridge on the key issues their service users face coming out of the pandemic. It also set out to identify what help the sector requires to play its part in meeting these needs.

Free tickets to Wimpole for community groups - 22/09/2022

Wimpole Estate have launched an exciting new initiative offering local community groups free admission to the estate and its facilities.

Cambridge City Council matches donations to cost of food and living appeal - 21/09/2022

CAMBRIDGE City Council has offered to match public donations to Cambridge Sustainable Food and Cambridge Food Poverty Alliance’s “Cost of Food and Living Crisis Campaign”, up to a value of £10,000.