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Building a platform to help people find their place in the local community, and find causes to get involved with.

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Top financial contributors

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Laura

£30 GBP since Mar 2022

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Incognito

£24 GBP since Oct 2021

3
Clara Tee

£20 GBP since May 2022

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Charlie Barty-King

£20 GBP since Jun 2022

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Lena M

£10 GBP since Dec 2021

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Jezz

£5 GBP since May 2022

Cambridge Resilience Web is all of us

Our contributors 9

Thank you for supporting Cambridge Resilience Web.

Laura

£30 GBP

Incognito

Supporter

£24 GBP

Clara Tee

£20 GBP

Charlie Barty...

£20 GBP

Lena M

£10 GBP

Jezz

Sponsor

£5 GBP

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Transparent and open finances.

Financial contribution to Cambridge Resilience Web

Credit from Charlie Barty-King to Cambridge Resilience Web

+£20.00GBP
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-£95.95 GBP
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-£57.57 GBP
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Today’s balance

£42.44 GBP

Total raised

£98.83 GBP

Total disbursed

£56.39 GBP

Estimated annual budget

£285.00 GBP

About


The Cambridge Resilience Webs are two interactive digital maps of most environmental and social justice related organisations working within and for the Cambridge area.
Produced in response to the lack of a holistic overview, Cambridge Resilience Web is an effort to curate and maintain a meaningful visualisation that is both helpful and instructive to all those interested in making a positive difference in the areas of the environment and civil society. These webs, in the first instance, are a tool to help you find organisations to link with, volunteer at, or otherwise reach out too. We believe there is a lack of crosstalk and visibility between the multitude of Cambridge-based groups working towards the same common good. We hope to combat this in the long run.

Our team