Marshall Community Fund
The Marshall Community Fund (including the Sir Arthur Marshall Community Fund) makes grants to support small, local voluntary and community groups and organisations that are undertaking charitable work in Cambridgeshire. There is a special interest in supporting groups based around the Cambridge airport.
Examples of awards made include:
Abbey and Coleridge Action for Youth were awarded a grant to pay for a qualified coach and hire of astroturf to continue successful football project.
Abbey People were awarded a grant to purchase a secure metal tool shed with a good lock to provide storage for the Margaret Wright Community Orchard
Barnwell Baptist Church were awarded a grant to fund publicity, website design and new branding for new residents association.
Cam Sight (Cambridgeshire Society for the Blind and Partially Sighted) were awarded a grant to fund running of a group for visually impaired children and their families.
Cambridge Community Church were awarded a grant towards a self worth programme for 5 to 10 young people from Abbey Ward in an 8 week session
Cambridge Dial A Ride were awarded a grant towards running costs.
Cambridge Joint Playschemes were awarded a grant towards running of their Saturday club
Cambridge Money Advice Centre were awarded a grant to cover training costs for six months and contribute towards rent
Cambridge Museum of Technology were awarded a grant to run an oral history project
Cambridge United Youth & Community Trust were awarded a grant to establish a cycle club for the Abbey Ward
Cambridge United Youth & Community Trust were awarded a grant weekend of training for software coding for young people in /around Abbey
Care Network Cambridgeshire were awarded a grant a new community car scheme.
East Barnwell Friendship Club were awarded a grant towards day trips and a Christmas lunch for older people
The Farmland Museum were awarded a grant to support continuing work and development plans
Future Champions Programme have been awarded several grants to support "Future Champions"
Home-Start Cambridge were awarded a grant towards running costs
Romsey Mill Trust were awarded a grant to purchase a laptop.
St Augustine's Church were awarded a grant towards the St Augustine Church Hall Appeal
The Cambridgeshire Police Shrievalty Trust were awarded a grant to extend the Bobby Scheme's proven model by intervening more proactively and preventing crimes from occuring.
The Fields Children's Centre Trust were awarded a grant to subsidise an education outing for families.
The Fields Children's Centre Trust were awarded a grant towards an outing for disadvantaged families.
The Fitzwilliam Museum Development Trust were awarded a grant towards equivalent GCSE qualification for 10 young mothers in Abbey ward
Whitehill Allotment Society were awarded a grant for fruit trees and bushes and a communal orchard