Cool Earth is the non-profit organisation that works alongside communities to halt
deforestation and its impact on climate change.
Half of the world’s rainforest has been destroyed in the last 40 years.
And, contrary to the headlines, rainforest continues to be lost at a faster rate than ever.
But it’s not too late. Cool Earth believes the rainforest can be saved.
Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust is the only registered charity dedicated to supporting innovation in patient care across
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals.
Whether it's treatment for an emergency, acute condition, pregnancy or long term illness,
ACT believes that every patient deserves the highest quality of care available.
Cambridge Rape Crisis Centre offers support to women and girls who have experienced rape,
childhood sexual abuse or any other form of sexual violence.
Their goals are to provide specialist support and high quality services for women and girls who have experienced sexual violence,
as well as raising awareness of sexual violence, its prevalence and effects.
For over 20 years, Jimmy’s has been providing help for the homeless in Cambridge.
Jimmy’s works with the local Community, Volunteers and Partner agencies to deliver 24/7 emergency
accommodation and supported housing for those who would otherwise be homeless or vulnerably housed.
The Campaign for Female Education is an international non-profit organization tackling poverty
and inequality by supporting marginalized girls to go to school and succeed,
and empowering young women to step up as leaders of change.
Their African-led movement has already supported 2.6 million children to go to school,
with 120,000 young women in our CAMA alumnae network leading the charge,
multiplying donor investment in girls' education by supporting even more girls to stay in school, and thrive after school.
Cambridge Development Initiative is changing the way student volunteering is done.
They take a holistic approach to tackling the key development issues in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, by piloting innovative, community-driven projects.
CDI is about empowering local change-makers to make a sustainable difference.
CDI believes that students can be the catalyst.
Since 1993, Women for Women International has been helping women survivors of war rebuild their lives
and choose their own futures - so far, they have helped more than 479,000 marginalised women in 8 countries affected by war and conflict.
By inducing long-term change they hope to make a difference for generations to come.