Founded in 1991, the Cambridge Homeless Partnership works to address the multiple disadvantages faced by a steady pool of some 2000 men, women and children per year who are homeless, or on the brink of becoming homeless in Cambridge - a city which has some of the highest rents in the country.
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Group of people in the Cambridge UK area helping Oxfam fight poverty and create a better and fairer world. If you are prepared to give up some of your spare time to help with fundraising and campaigning in the Cambridge area then get involved.
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CRCC provides telephone support for female survivors of rape and childhood sexual abuse.
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Cambridge Reuse is a not-for-profit voluntary group and registered charity which RECYCLES good quality electrical appliances, furniture & household goods in CAMBRIDGE and the surrounding area.
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Keeps information on over 200 local groups, all charities or not-for-profit organisations, which involve volunteers in the work they do, and on the volunteer opportunities they offer.
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Scheme for young people (16-24 years old), who would like to be, or may already be, volunteers in some way.
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One of Cambridge's leading and oldest established local charities. For 90 years, it has been helping people with sight problems living in Cambridge and the surrounding villages to lead a full, independent and dignified life. Aims to help with day to day living, to offer advice, and to give details of other services available to people with sight loss.
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Emmaus Communities and Groups are dedicated to the principle of 'Helping Homeless People Help Themselves' and is a model for a new compassionate structure in society.
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International children charity based on St Andrew\'s St, Cambridge which helps orphans, street children, child soldiers and AIDS orphans in 130 countries.
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Provide opportunities for people with learning difficulties to develop confidence and self esteem, to involve them in decisions affecting their own lives and to work towards an inclusive society in which people with learning difficulties are seen as valued citizens.
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A charity registered in the UK and Nepal, working to improve education, health and strengthen civil society in Nepal.
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The Cambridge Tools for Self Reliance aims to support workers in some of the world's poorest countries, helping grassroots development projects in Africa by providing refurbished handtools and sewing machines. Meets regularly in Waterbeach.
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