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Cambridge Community Kitchen

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We are a food solidarity collective tackling food poverty in Cambridge by offering free, hot, plant-based meals to those who need them every Thursday and Sunday.

Today's Balance
£795.88
Estimated Annual Budget
£28,544
Goal
£0
per year

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Become a financial contributor.

Financial Contributions

Recurring contribution
Supporter

A donation of £5 will provide 10 hot meals from Cambridge Community Kitchen

£5 GBP / month

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Recurring contribution
Champion

A donation of £10 will provide 50 Vegware containers to package our hot meals

£10 GBP / month

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+ 54
Recurring contribution
Hero

A donation of £25 will help us get equipment such as second-hand fridges to store our ingredients.

£25 GBP / month

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+ 20
Custom contribution
Donation
Make a custom one-time or recurring contribution.

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+ 427

Events

Cambridge Community Kitchen is hosting the following events.

Past event
This week we are raising money as part of social action week at Hills Road Sixth From College. W...Read more

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Past event
07:30 PM-09:30 PM UTC
On Saturday 19th December @ 7.30pm, we will be hosting a virtual fundraiser gig for CCK. Join us ...Read more

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Past event
06:00 PM-06:30 PM UTC

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No attendees

Top financial contributors

Individuals

1
Incognito

£2,923 GBP since May 2022

2
Churchill College Casino

£2,000 GBP since Sep 2022

3
Incognito

£2,000 GBP since Nov 2023

4
Incognito

£1,770 GBP since Dec 2020

5
Sky

£1,320 GBP since Jul 2022

6
Tim Gillett

£1,250 GBP since Dec 2022

7
Theodore Muscillo

£1,105 GBP since Apr 2021

8
Jason Scott-Warren

£1,090 GBP since Dec 2020

9
Peter C

£1,055 GBP since Apr 2022

10
Guest

£1,000 GBP since Feb 2021

11
Guest

£1,000 GBP since Feb 2022

12
Incognito

£1,000 GBP since Jun 2022

13
Guest

£975 GBP since Feb 2021

14
Margaret Comer

£925 GBP since May 2021

15
Guest

£860 GBP since Dec 2022

Organizations

1
The Social Change Nest

£3,518.2 GBP since Nov 2020

2
Alec Dickson Trust

£500 GBP since Feb 2021

4
Richmond Road Residents' association

£225 GBP since Jun 2021

Cambridge Community Kitchen is all of us

Our contributors 435

Thank you for supporting Cambridge Community Kitchen.

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Admin

£703 GBP

mole

Admin

£480 GBP

Fennel

Admin

goldie

Admin

The Social Ch...

£3,518 GBP

Incognito

£2,923 GBP

Churchill Col...

£2,000 GBP

Incognito

£2,000 GBP

Incognito

£1,770 GBP

Sky

£1,320 GBP

Projects

Support the following initiatives from Cambridge Community Kitchen.

Project
To collect donations from joint fundraiser for CCK and MAP

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+ 17
Project
Providing hot food to the student encampment at Cambridge University

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Project
A grant awarded by Cambridgeshire Area Quaker Meeting

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Project
saying thank you to our host at St Andrew's Street Baptist Church

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+ 10
Project
The social change nest provides funding to support frontline social action, and the small groups ...

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Budget


Transparent and open finances.

Contribution #168664
-£300.00 GBP
Approved
Reimbursement #203121
-£312.68GBP
Paid
Reimbursement #202455
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Today’s balance

£795.88 GBP

Total raised

£61,148.56 GBP

Total disbursed

£60,352.68 GBP

Estimated annual budget

£28,544.09 GBP

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Let’s get the ball rolling!

News from Cambridge Community Kitchen

Updates on our activities and progress.

Thank you for keeping us going! Can you spare 2 minutes for a quick survey?

Dear CCK donors past, present and ongoing, Can you help us with a quick survey? First of all, we...
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Published on February 28, 2024 by mole

About


Cambridge Community Kitchen is a food solidarity collective dedicated to tackling food poverty in Cambridge. As a collaboration between The Lockon, local businesses and organisations, and other independent volunteers, we aim to provide hot, hearty, vegan meals for anyone who needs one, while strengthening our community and building new systems for mutual care.

We hold the “radical” belief that everyone deserves good food and community support (and more!). The sad truth of our pandemic year is that many of us—especially those most vulnerable to the changing whims of a racist, violent, and exploitative political and economic system—are in more precarious situations than ever before (even as Pfizer, Amazon, and Serco reap record profits). Capitalism and the government have failed us all. By finding new ways to take care of each other, we are resisting these systems and shifting power from corporations and the state and back into our local communities.

Our team

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Admin

mole

Admin

Fennel

Admin

goldie

Admin