In 2017 we gave away £22,900 to 39 local good causes, making our Grand Total since 1994 : £297,000!

Our emphasis is on local good causes, on young people in particular, and we encourage people who are likely to receive donations to come and help at the Feast. If they can’t help they might send their own supporters, or, like the wonderful Chestnut Club for older people, bake cakes we can sell at our tea and cake stall.

2016 was a great success. Below is the list of organisations that received funds.

To get a claim form, simply download the PDF here or download claim form as Word (docx) if you think you fit our criteria and would like to be considered as a beneficiary from the Feast. The deadline for grant applications is September 30th.

All grants are given out in public at our annual Disbursement Evening, details of which will be advertised locally and on this website in the Autumn. Our Charity Commission details are here.

£500 – £5000 Donations

SSYI Youth Club – £500
Mobile Warden Scheme – £2,000
Shelfords School – £2,000
Sick Children’s Trust – £2,000
Parish Council – £5,000
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£100 – £350 Donations

Different Strokes – £100
Magpas – £100
Acacia Court Residents – £350
Beavers – £350
Bowls £350
Brownies – £350
Cambridge Cancer Help – £350
CAMMS Meals on Wheels – £350
Cangaroos – £350
Carpet Bowls – £350
Chestnut Club – £350
Cricket – £350
Cubs – £350
Football Club – £350
Friends of St Mary’s Church – £350
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£100 – £350 Donations

Friends of the Library – £350
Friendship Club – £350
Guides – £350
Junior Badminton -£350
Pantomime – £350
Parkinsons – £350
Playscape – £350
Rainbow Pre-school – £350
Rugby – £350
Scout & Guide HQ – £350
Scouts £350
Shelford Twinning – £350
Stapleford Twinning – £350
Strikers – £350
SYD – £350
Tennis Club – £350
Wacky Club – £350
WI – £350
Winter Comfort – £350
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Thank you to The Feast. The very generous grant given in 2016 has been vital in enabling us to provide important help for more people.

Jackie Noble, Great Shelford Mobile Warden Scheme

The Sick Children’s Trust is enormously grateful for the generosity of Shelford Feast and is proud to support this excellent local initiative.

Mark Long, Sick Children’s Trust

Shelford School has been pleased to be a significant beneficiary of the Shelford Feast since its inception. We have been and continue to be extremely grateful for your generosity.

Alison Evans, Headteacher at Great and Little Shelford Primary School

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