- The Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum is receiving funding through the Peoples Health Trust ‘Active Communities Programme’ to help set up a two year project entitled – " Action For Change "
- " Refugee Hardship Fund Appeal ", Cambridge Ethnic Community Service - Refugee Services.
- " Giving Us a Voice ", for people with learning disabilities. Please click here to see their website.
Action For Change
Cambridge based Charity have 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.
The Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum which works with economically and socially disadvantaged woman 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’.
Refugee Hardship Fund Appeal
See also our advice and support page for information about our refugee services.
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. To download the Charter as a pdf please click on the poster. Readers may also like to sign up to the Charter on the "Giving Us a Voice" website by clicking here.
If you want to offer help please do the same.
The Social Media Surgery is held at Cambridge Online, Hester Adrian Centre, Hawthorn Way, Cambridge, CB4 1AX – which is at the Elizabeth Way end of Chesterton Road near the Spar Shop. We have hot drinks, biscuits and chocolate available.