Local Grants & Support
|Charitable Funds managed by Cambridgeshire Community Foundation.|
|CCVS is a registered charity set up to champion and support community and voluntary groups, and promote volunteering across Cambridge City, South Cambridgeshire and Fenland.|
|Community Chest Grants||The Community Chest is grant funding available to voluntary and community sector groups, charities and public sector bodies wishing to further improve quality of life in South Cambridgeshire|
|The fund is to develop and improve sport and leisure centres, play facilities and public open spaces, protecting and enhancing the quality of life for residents within East Cambridgeshire.|
|This small community grants scheme is to support local community groups to provide new or develop existing community services and initiatives that improve the quality of life for residents.|
|A small grants fund available to groups in Whittlesey, Coates, Eastrea, Pondersbridge and Ramsey Mereside.|
|Available as a self-serve facility for any voluntary and community groups and Parish Councils wishing to search for funding opportunities for community projects.|
|Grants available for environmental improvement programme funds, sustainable city funding,
cycling and walking promotion, improving community and sports facilities carrying out a small-scale public art project and to support small-scale public art projects.
|Helping voluntary and community groups thrive.|
|The Innovate and Cultivate Fund is Cambridgeshire County Council's fund to help voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisations realise their projects and ideas that help address the needs of local residents.|
|A small grants fund available to groups in Benwick, Doddington and Wimblington.|
|Toolkits in order to help voluntary and community organisations to be sustainable and 'funder ready'.|
|A small grants fund available to groups in Coldham, Friday Bridge, Elm, Rings End and Christchurch.|
|Shop at WHSmith between 1 June and 30 September 2021 and your school will receive 10% of all eligible purchases* in the form of digital vouchers. To take part, sign up by 30 July 2021. (*Books and stationery items.)|
National retailers' local branches
National retailers can also assist local schools. Please reach out to your local branches for the following retailers:
|The National Lottery Community Fund||
The National Lottery Community Fund distributes over £600m a year to communities across the UK.
Review successful grant awards from your local area(s), below:
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