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OUR IMPACT DURING 2020

Read about the impact of the Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund

CAMBRIDGESHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

What to do if your project is affected by Coronavirus (COVID-19)

At the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation, we're dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Cambridgeshire.

To advance our mission we work with many partners to actively inspire philanthropy and increase permanent resources for the county of Cambridgeshire; invest in important community programmes through grants; and provide leadership and a forum for dialogue on critical community issues.

Current Funding Dates

Next deadline

For general applications is 1st August 2021 (Autumn).

Please note this is the deadline for application forms and all supporting documentation.

If you apply for this deadline you will likely hear an outcome by end of November 2021.

In Progress Applications

If you applied for the 1st May 2021 (Summer) deadline you can expect to hear an outcome by end of August 2021.  We are working to keep to these timelines and will provide updates if there are delays due to the current situation.

For a simple guide to help you plan when to submit your grant applications to us, please click here.

For information on deadlines and outcomes for Amey Community Fund applications please click here

 

Apply for a grant from CCF

If you're interested in applying for a grant for your project or group, you can browse our list of funds currently open for applications, read our 10-step guide on how to apply, then complete an online application form.

CCF Launches Vital Signs 2021 Report

We are delighted to share our new Vital Signs Report 2021.

 

 

A crucial part of CCF’s approach is to understand the challenges and opportunities that exist within communities across Cambridgeshire. This is the purpose of Vital Signs, whose goal is to “take the pulse” of our community, highlighting challenges, priorities, and opportunities for action. 

Click here to read more.

Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund

£1.24 million has been awarded to local groups through our Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund. You can read more about the impact the fund has had across the county in our Impact Report here: Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund.

360Giving

We believe that with better information, grantmakers can be more effective and strategic decision-makers. 360Giving provides support for grantmakers to publish their grants data openly, to understand their data, and to use the data to create online tools that make grant-making more effective. For more information, visit http://www.threesixtygiving.org/

We work with 360Giving to publish information about some of our grants, using the 360Giving data standard Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund.

Become a Friend of CCF

CCF provides a quality service to the community but we cannot do this without your support. Becoming a friend of CCF gives you the opportunity to support Cambridgeshire communities in a simple but effective way. To find out more, click here.

Grants Bulletin

Sign up to receive our Grants Bulletin  - a newsletter, sent by email, that updates readers on new funds available and provides information on funds that are open for applications. Click here to subscribe to our Grants Bulletin.