Financial supporters

SCA is providing a variety of schemes for
- children from single parent families
- children and teenagers with disabilitites and learning difficulties
- children who are young carers
- children living in deprivation
- children who have suffered or witnessed abuse
- children and teenagers who use English as a second language
- children and teenagers who need extra support with their education
- adults who need extra help because of illness (eg. Down's syndrome, ME, stroke)
- adults who temporarily need extra support (eg. English lessons, multiple birth)
- elderly people who need companionship

We can provide the ongoing support to the above groups thanks to the grants:

This scheme is Lottery Funded Sunday Social Club is Lottery Funded between February 2012 and February 2013
We receive support from BBC Children in Need We receive support from BBC Children in Need for all our children's projects
We receive support from Cambridge City Council We receive support from Cambridge City Council for Big Sibs, Sunday Social Club, TESL, Parklife, Craftoroom, and Homework Help
We receive support from Cambridgeshire Community Foundation We receive support from Cambridgeshire Community Foundation for Parklife and Craftroom
We receive support from the Cambridge University Societies Syndicate for all of our projects
We acknowledge the grant we have received from the Outlook Fund. It helps us run Parklife and Craftroom.

We are also grateful to the following people and organisations for their support:
Aiming High
Alec Dickson Trust
Activities4Cambridge
Awards for All
BBC Children in Need
British Red Cross
Cambridge City Council
Cambridge Community Foundation
Cambridge Council for Voluntary Services
Cambridge Hub
Cambridge Wine Merchants, especially Brett Turner
Cambridge University Societies Syndicate
City Life Building
David Hardy Project
Deans and Chaplains Association
Isaac Newton Trust
Lankelly Chase Trust
Lion Yard
Nicky Buckly and her team at CU Community Affairs
Simon Burdus (Big Fish Ents)
Sport Relief
Stephen Glanville Trust
Waterstones (Get Britain Reading)
Woodrolffe Benton