Cambridge Children's Charity Week

Cambridge Children's Charity Week

CCCW is an annual fundraising event which started in 2016. The goal of CCCW is to raise money to support some of the vital costs of the city's many charities and voluntary groups that help local children and young people.

Telephone: 01223 410 535
Address: Cambridge
Country: United Kingdom
Membership type:Charity <100 staff (£50+VAT pa)

To reflect the focus on children and young people the theme ‘Footsteps of the Future’ has inspired the look and feel of CCCW.

People living, studying or working in the city are invited to get involved and raise money for CCCW.

Although the focus of CCCW is in the first full week in June, fundraising can take place at any time to fit with other plans or activities.

All money raised is put into ‘The CCCW Fund’

The CCCW Fund, managed by Cambridgeshire Community Foundation (registered charity 1103314), makes grants focused on covering the core costs of the City’s many charities and voluntary groups that support local children and young people.


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The creative team behind the Citrix Time Capsule

Cambridge Children's Charity Week: busy behind the scenes

Cambridge Children's Charity Week (CCCW) enjoyed a variety of fundraising projects this summer with one more exciting team-building opportunity by Citrix to be launched in September. Here's an overview.

24 August 2018Read in full

Acteon raise money for Cambridge Children's Charity Week

126 hours of continuous dancing raises £2,000 for Cambridge Children's Charities

Acteon Communication - with colleagues, family and friends - chose an innovative approach to raise money for Cambridge children and young people in need - to dance for the equivalent of 5 days.

11 July 2018Read in full

Your chance to support Cambridge Children’s Charity Week

Your chance to support Cambridge Children’s Charity Week

Events for the third annual charity week are taking place this week from today. Among the events is the Yellow Brick Road art exhibition between June 4-16 at Michaelhouse Centre, Trinity Street. This showcases the work of established and emerging artist and is the brainchild of volunteer Lois Gillie-Andrews. The theme is memory and childhood and all the pieces on display are for sale.

4 June 2018Read in full