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Cambridge Volunteer Fair 21 October 2017
- - posted 12 September 2017
- Saturday 21st October 2017 11am-4pm at the Guildhall, Market Square, Cambridge
- Volunteer for Cambridge is your one-stop shop for finding out how to get involved in the causes you care about, give something back and gain skills.
- The fair will feature a marketplace of charities, voluntary organisations and student societies.
» Cambridge Volunteer Fair 21 October 2017
CECF accredited as a Living Wage Employer
- - posted 20 July 2017
- CECF has received its official Living Wage accreditation from the Living Wage Foundation, becoming the latest employer in Cambridge to demonstrate its commitment to fair pay.
- CECF contacted Cambridge City Council following the council’s Anti-Poverty Summit event that was held for voluntary and community sector organisations and other public sector partners to feed ideas into the council’s next Anti-poverty Strategy. The council then assisted CECF throughout the process of applying for accreditation from the Living Wage Foundation, which indicates they have pledged to pay all their staff at least the Living Wage.
- » Press release, Cambridge City Council
» Guide for Living Wage Employers
Action For Change - People's Health Trust Active Communities Programme Award
Cambridge based Charity Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum has been awarded a grant of £43,970 from the People’s Health Trust, using money raised by HealthCommit Community Interest Company through the Health Lottery.
CECF which works with economically and socially disadvantaged women from some of the more deprived wards of Cambridge, is receiving funding through the Peoples Health Trust ‘Active Communities Programme’ to help set up a two year project entitled – ‘Action For Change’.
Giving Us a Voice - National Charter for Inclusion
- Giving Us a Voice is a project carried out by ARC, BILD and Mencap. It has written a National Charter for Inclusion for people with learning disabilities and their families from ethnic minority communities.
- » Download a copy of the Charter (PDF)
- » Sign up to the Charter
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