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Trustee recruitment June 2016

Home-Start Cambridgeshire wishes to appoint 2 trustees to its Board. We are interested in potential trustees who already have experience of charity or school governance or as committee members and who could offer skills related to: Health and Safety HR Fund Raising Business Planning Marketing and Communications Whatever your skills and experience, however, we are [...]

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Cambridge and District Classic Car Club

The Cambridge and District Classic Car Club kindly chose Home-Start Cambridgeshire as their Charity of the Year. Here David Hunns, Chair of the Club, presents a cheque for £625.32 to Jo Studdert, Chair of Home-Start Cambridgeshire. We are very grateful indeed for this generous donation.  

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Newsletter

Newsletter Easter 2016

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Pippa Goodhart has dedicated her latest book to Home-Start.

Pippa Goodhart, the award-winning author of over 90 books for children, has dedicated her latest to Home-Start. Her wonderful new story, called What will Danny do today? asks readers to help Danny to decide what he will eat, who he will meet and what adventures he will have in his busy day. Pippa has dedicated What will Danny [...]

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Read our latest newsletter

Please click here to read our latest Newsletter, full of news and information about our scheme. Newsletter Autumn 2015

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Home-Start Cambridgeshire

Welcome to Home-Start Cambridgeshire

Home-Start is the UK’s leading family support charity, a voluntary organisation offering support to families who have at least one child under five when family life becomes difficult. All round the country local schemes recruit and train volunteers to support local families with young children at home.

We operate in Cambridge City, East and West Cambridgeshire, South Cambridgeshire, North & South Fenland – offering consistent and seamless support to families across the County.

We help families deal with diverse issues such as isolation, postnatal illness, multiple births, disability, bereavement or those who are just finding parenting a struggle. We provide practical and emotional support and help build a family’s confidence and ability to cope.

The ethos of Home-Start Cambridgeshire can best be described as ‘One parent helping another parent through a difficult time’.

 

 

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Any donation, however small is gratefully received by us, and will contribute directly to making a big difference at local level to the families we support.

IT COSTS :
  • £30 to support one family with a volunteer for one week.
  • £100 to train a volunteer
  • £250 to pay for a social event which we can invite all our families to.
  • £5,000 for 15 families to receive group support for 1 year.
   (these figures are averages)