Nearly 800 neighbors joined us October 14 for a community celebration of a momentous new stage in CCF's strategic work for a vibrant, just, and equitable Cambridge for all.
We’re incredibly grateful to Head Of The Charles Regatta for their ongoing support. As one of their official charities, dollars raised through the HOCR Charity Program go to our Community Fund and back into the community.
This initiative aims to strengthen Cambridge's emergency food system in partnership with local nonprofits - and is the first step in our new strategic plan.
We just released a new data brief on the families eligible for Rise Up Cambridge, revealing challenges and resilience.
We joined Food For Free to celebrate a product of our partnership: a refrigerated truck that will get millions more meals to neighbors.
The new fund has supported four grassroots movement builders who embody the late civil rights leader's values and spirit.
For a third year, Cambridge youth leaders raised funds for our community.
These grants to 22 nonprofits bring our urgent support to neighbors to over $5 million since March 2020.
We're thinking about the importance of supporting the people and spaces that are dreaming and imagining ways our Black community can thrive.
We recently celebrated the conclusion of the Cambridge RISE pilot, our cross-sector partnership that supported 130 households in Cambridge.