If you have recently been made homeless, or believe you are soon to become homeless, or you are looking to help someone who is in this situation, please contact Cambridge City Council on 01223 457918.
You can also visit their office at Mandela House, 4 Regent Street, Cambridge, CB2 1BY during normal office hours, for general advice and information.
To find out more about the service Cambridge Cyrenians offer please click here.

Rough sleepers can find support from the Street & Mental Health Outreach Team Tel. 01223 366292, or at their office at 125, Newmarket Road, Cambridge.

Other Links that may help can be found here

Cambridge Cyrenians was founded in 1970 to provide accommodation and support to single, homeless, men and women in Cambridge. We currently provide 71 bedspaces in 11 houses across the City. As an independent charity we work with other agencies in providing social housing, care and associated services to meet the needs of the user group. To find out more click here

 

Accommodation is provided in small shared houses,where residents are encouraged to take responsibility for their own lives, rather than large hostels.It is vital that we do not take away their ability to have constructive influence over their surroundings. An important feature of our houses is the input residents have in the decisions affecting their house. Our goal is to provide help for the person as well as their situation. By combining individual personal support with provision of acccomodation we strive for long term solutions rather than quick fixes...learn more about ouaccomodation service

Volunteering We rely heavily on volunteers who are recruited locally, nationally and from all over the world. They can be residential, full time, or just give their time when they can. Volunteers, assisted by staff members, help our clients directly while at the same time developing their own personal, practical  and vocational skills. Find out more
Other ways to help
We are also grateful for practical and financial support in other ways, for example, by way of a  text donation, through the Good Gift Catalogue, by cheque,  or through an immediate online contribution. Click on  Big Give to donate online now.

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A History of Cambridge Cyrenians
We have been working with the homeless in Cambridge for over 40 years. A free copy of the
book is available to read or download.
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Please help our allotment project

Together with the talents of architecture students from Cambridge University we are trying to turn our plot into much more than a place to grow things. We want to encourage a happy amalgam of plants, people, imagination, wildlife and sheds.

See the crowd funding site for some of the new ideas, more information and ways to you can help.

Growing Native

Sponsored by the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, Cambridge Cyrenians, together with local communities, are helping to transform local spaces and create wild flower havens, by sowing, growing and revitalising native species.
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Planting of the spring 2015 seed selection, which include varieties of Meadowsweet, Chamomile, Bedstraw and Knapweed 
has already begun in resident accomodation and the allotment areas. Further plant details and images can be seen here.
Learn more about the Grow Wild project.



Want to help while browsing?
You can now help support the Cambridge Cyrenians by simply browsing the internet. All it requires is to homepage the following link, and we will receive a small donation while you browse.

http://sites.affilyon.co.uk/cambridgecyrenians

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Volunteer Driver needed
We looking for  a volunteer Land Rover driver,  on Tuesdays and Thursdays,  to pick up and return the gardening crew  to and from the Whitehill allotment. Find out more here.
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Become a volunteer

We require full-time, residential volunteers for 6 months to a year. New volunteers are taken on twice a year. Being a volunteer helps others, and provides valuable work experience for future employment or degree courses. Volunteers receive pocket money, their own room, time off, holidays and appropriate support. Find out more here or...
Contact: Pal Jerkenstam
4, Short Street, Cambridge, CB1 1LB01223 712503, or email
 office@cambridgecyrenians.org.uk  

 Join the  Allotment Project. 

 Can we tempt you with fresh air, exercise, free tea or coffee, and home grown vegetables? Home grown strawberries
Learn more about the Projector come along and see how to Volunteer

 

Become a Trustee

Raith2Have you ever considered becoming a trustee? To find out more click here