Cambridgeshire Community Foundation
We help local companies, families and philanthropists to identify local charitable projects that are of interest to them - to offer some financial support, to volunteer or provide other means of help. Importantly, we ensure those that offer their support are appreciated and are kept informed about the difference their help has made to the lives of local people.
|Address:||The Quorum, Barnwell Road, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Charity <100 staff (£50+VAT pa)|
Community Foundations are a rapidly growing movement in the world of charity.
We help individuals, families, and companies who want to give something back to Cambridgeshire. We aim to provide an efficient and simple way for donors to make a long-term difference to the communities in which they live and work by setting up and then managing charitable funds on their behalf.
Donors do not give “to” us but “through” us to a wide range of vital projects throughout Cambridgeshire.
We act as a “broker” for small, local organisations, helping them access these grants - connecting local donors who care with good causes that matter.
We make it easier and more satisfying for individuals and companies to support community projects in their area by managing charitable funds set up on their behalf.
We provide a simpler way for local charities/voluntary groups to obtain grants by acting as a broker between donors and grant seekers and use our experience to give advice and help on topical community issues.
Visit our website to find out more about us or contact us by E:firstname.lastname@example.org or T:01223 410535
The charity that matches donors’ funds to community needs is under new leadership: Cambridge lawyer Chris Belcher is the new chair of the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation.
23 March 2015Read in full
National icon Gail Porter is coming to Cambridge as host for Mumford Live – an exciting comedy night with an added touch of music and magic. The event is taking place at the Mumford Theatre on Tuesday 16th April in aid of the Young Carers Fund, managed by Cambridgeshire Community Foundation.
28 March 2013Read in full
In March, Cambridgeshire groups who are registered on localgiving.com will be able to benefit from match funding from a pot of £15,000. New monthly donations will be matched up to £10 per month, for 12 months.
15 February 2013Read in full
Peterborough’s own ‘Secret Millionaire’ Mike Greene and Peterborough Community Foundation have teamed up with MasterChef presenter, Gregg Wallace to host a special fundraising dinner at the Haycock Hotel* on Monday, 23 April in aid of Localgiving.com’s Peterborough Match Fund.
13 April 2012Read in full
Cambridgeshire charities and community groups came out trumps in Localgiving.com’s recent Match Fund initiative. Just over 5% of the national pot worth £375,000 was awarded to charities in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
12 April 2012Read in full
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) plays a key role in the agenda of many businesses nowadays, helping companies to produce an overall positive impact on society. But according to ‘Secret Millionaire’ and entrepreneur Mike Greene, organisations need to look closer to home and be more daring when it comes to selecting which charities to support.
5 April 2012Read in full
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough charities and community groups will qualify for a spring time boost to their funding with the ‘March Match Fund’ being launched by Localgiving.com, the national web site dedicated to supporting small, ultra-local charities on Thursday, 1 March. This exciting call to action for fundraisers is being made by Cambridgeshire Community Foundation, a local charity dedicated to providing community philanthropy in this region.
27 February 2012Read in full
Local charities and community groups needing a boost for their funding should contact Cambridgeshire Community Foundation to find out how to register on Localgiving.com and double the value of online donations they generate.
14 February 2012Read in full
2012 has started off well for the new Community Foundation 100, with news that RealVNC are the latest corporate to sign up to the initiative since the launch in December 2011.
12 January 2012Read in full
From December 14, any donation made through Localgiving.com, the national website dedicated to supporting small, ultra-local charities, will receive matching funds from a pot worth £125,000.
13 December 2011Read in full