Centre 33 are thrilled to have been chosen as one of the finalists in the Cambridge Building Society Cash in the Community initiative. Paper tokens are available to collect in the Cambridge News from Tuesday 24th July until Friday 10th August. See here for more information on how you can support us. Any donations we receive will
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Young carers worked with local artist Kath Scherb, of Sleeves Up Creative Arts Workshops, to create a serious of bold and colourful prints. The young carers made pen and ink drawings using illustrator's inks on wet papers to create landscapes, flowers and abstract shapes. The images are quite spectacular and will be used to create a series of cards for Centre
UK outdoor retailer, Mountain Warehouse, has designed a range of 5 canvas tote bags, where 100% of the profits from each bag sold will go to local charities around their stores across the UK and Republic of Ireland. We at Centre 33, have been so lucky to be the chosen charity for the Mountain Warehouse
A big thank you from Centre 33 to the staff and Year 11 students of the Cambridge National Business & Enterprise Group at St Ivo School for the fundraising event they organised for Centre 33. Students kindly chose Centre 33 as their charity to benefit from enterprise activities for their assessed coursework which required them
Ely Rotary Club donate £1,060 to Centre 33 Young Carers The Ely Rotary Club held a fundraiser on behalf of the Centre 33 Young Carers Service where they raised a total of £1,215 for summer respite activities for young carers. Natalie Gildersleeve, of Centre 33, attended the event where she was presented with a cheque by Viv Doji of
Heart FM makes donation to Centre 33 Cambridgeshire Heart FM listeners have made a generous donation to Centre 33 of £80,000 through the 'Make Some Noise' programme. We are absolutely thrilled and it will enable us to expand our outreach service which reaches isolated young people, allowing them access to our services. Meg Platt, Director
Our very hard-working chair Steve Naylor has stepped down after 6 years in the post. Happily for us Steve will remain on the board. Board member Mike Davey has been elected as the new Chair. Mike has extensive experience in the public sector, working in Youth Offending teams, Connexions and Children's Services. We're very much
Expanding our 'someone to talk to' service with support from Big Lottery Centre 33 has received funding from Big Lottery Fund, as part of the Youth Investment Fund, to expand our 'Someone to Talk to' service. Having run this service in Cambridge city for 8 years we are excited to be expanding the service
THIRTY THR33 - A charity concert in aid of Centre 33 A group of young people from Cambridge doing their National Citizens Service, organised a brilliant concert to raise money and awareness for Centre 33. Held at the Six Bells pub in Cambridge on August 10th, it featured lots of great local bands. Thanks