Climate Change – taking positive action together - 27/01/2022
As a voluntary sector organisation CCVS have committed to take positive climate action through becoming a signatory of the Cambridge Climate Change Charter. We recognise that the growing climate emergency is a serious risk to the success of our operations and to future wellbeing of our staff, our stakeholders and the wider community. We're determined to take positive action. Will you join us? The more organisations that take positive climate action, the bigger the difference we can make.
Health and Wellbeing Small Grants - 08/02/2022
The Evelyn Trust has two Health and Wellbeing schemes. The Small Grant Awards scheme can be applied for at any point. Awards are for £4K-10K and applications are reviewed quarterly.
Mental health matters. You matter. - 27/01/2022
How important is yours & your team's wellbeing to your organisation? As an organisation what do you do to promote & enhance good mental health?
The buzz I get from volunteering - 11/01/2022
Our volunteer Amy, shares her experiences of volunteering and the buzz it gives her.
12 days of Christmas - 06/12/2021
Our lead up to Christmas campaign to share appeals and information.
Cambridge Council for Voluntary Service (CCVS) has become the 50th local employer accredited with the Living Wage Foundation. There are also 32 national employers that are accredited that have local branches in the city.
Booster vaccinations for frontline staff - 05/11/2021
If you are a frontline staff member or volunteer in a local charity or community group then you can book a booster vaccination.
Cambridge Community Safety Partnership are pleased to inform you that they have launched the Cambs Against County Lines campaign, to help prevent the criminal exploitation of young and vulnerable people. They are running two training sessions for community groups to enable them to deliver support.
easyfundraising - 08/06/2021
Does your organisation need additional funds?
Playing Out - 30/04/2021
Find out how to support children to re-claim the streets for play. The authorities are now inviting expressions of interest from residents who would like to temporarily close their roads to traffic to allow children to play safely near their homes during the summer holiday.