Timebanking UK is the national umbrella organisation for timebanking.
Carers Trust Cambridgeshire is a network partner of Carers Trust and has grown significantly over the past seven years, providing more services and more help for family carers and their families across the county.
In 2012-13, they provided nearly 100,000 hours of care taken as over 46,000 carer breaks; and over 3,800 family carers of all ages and around 3,500 people with care needs received some support from them.
Centre for Intergenerational Practice
The Centre for Intergenerational Practice (CIP) is an initiative of the Beth Johnson Foundation. The Centre was established in 2001 to support the development of intergenerational practice throughout the UK and to promote an understanding of the potential of intergenerational practice to address social issues.
Care Network Cambridgeshire
Care Network Cambridgeshire’s mission is to help older, isolated and vulnerable people living in Cambridgeshire to stay independent and maintain social contact with friends and the community.
Cambridgeshire ACRE works alongside communities through a wide range of programmes designed to target specific rural issues or specific community needs. These communities benefit from the dedicated support of our skilled and experienced team who are passionate about improving rural life.