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Who’s going to pay me and when? - 15/04/2020

Cambridge Citizens Advice is playing a key support role during the lockdown “The government will pay you, not me.” This is what some local employers have been reported as saying by worried callers to the Cambridge Citizens Advice helpline. Rachel Talbot, CEO says “If your place of work has shut down or there’s no work for you because of coronavirus, you can carry on getting paid.

Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence Help - 10/04/2020

In these unprecedented and somewhat scary times it is important to keep individuals and groups up to date about availability of domestic abuse and sexual violence support. The key message is that local and national support services are still available.

Two funding opportunities - 09/04/2020

Funding for Covid 19 related work for small charities.

Ideas to make Zoom more secure - 03/04/2020

With increasing use of Zoom for meetings concerns about its security have been raised.

Making a difference to our communities! - 14/02/2020

Winners of the 2019 CCVS photo competition have been presented with their cheques.

Working with the NHS - Give us your views - 22/11/2019

The national body that works with groups like CCVS are looking for your help in understanding how you work in partnership with the NHS.

Cambridge City Council Tablet loan project - 31/07/2019

Cambridge City Council are looking to lend groups tablets so they can help people get on line and become confident with digital skills.

Tackling the NHS funding crisis in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough - 05/07/2019

Earlier this week the Cambridge and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) met to look at what funding it could cut to help it relieve its £192 Million deficit. This was of importance to local charities as they were looking at the funding for community services which includes a number of small grants that were to be ended or renegotiated.

New Blog on opportunity to bid for funding for Adult Skills - 18/12/2018

CCVS recently attended a meeting of the Combined Authority to hear how they plan to commission the Adult Education Budget.

Collaboration is key - a great resource for the sector. - 09/11/2018

Read these examples of now collaboration has reaped benefits for the sector, including how we worked with the Cambridge Hub as part of one of their projects.