Transformation CPR received £4,000 from the CCF in November 2015 towards the salary of a Debt & Benefits Advice Coordinator and an annual subscription to real time benefit & financial update information software.
We have invested in over 2,000 projects over the last twelve years. Here are a few examples.
Battling On CIC received nearly £5,000 from the Howton Solar Farm Fund towards their project of extending the range of activities they offer to young people and vulnerable adults by getting them out in the countryside and experiencing different aspects of running a farm.
Camelford Leisure Centre was awarded £996 in June 2014 for a six week kayaking course for disadvantaged children from North Cornwall. Saved from closure in 2012, the Centre is an independent, community-run resource for about 10,000 people living in North Cornwall.
Roaming CIC was awarded £4,999.50 in March 2015 towards funding of the ‘Roaming Penzance’ group. The project mostly benefits single men and women, aged 18 - 65 who find themselves disadvantaged, excluded, vulnerable or homeless.
Cornwall Accessible Activity Programme was awarded £1,500 in June 2013 towards providing summer holiday activities for disabled children and their siblings.