Browse and download our catalogue of resources for CAGs and other community groups.
CAG Quickstart Guide – a brief how-to resource on setting up and running a CAG.
Low Carbon Communities Handbook – a comprehensive handbook with tips and ideas on everything from engaging with communities to developing projects.
Building your community group from scratch – a workbook, with exercises and examples, to guide groups into building a spark of an idea into a fully-fledged project.
The CAG Project Conflict Resolution Guide & Policy – a policy document giving guidance for groups experiencing conflict
How to: Run a Food Surplus Cafe – a guide for groups on how to run a successful and smooth Food Surplus event.
How to: Run a Dinner Time event – a guide for groups on running an engaging Dinner Time event to combat food waste.
Recommended Food Surplus Project Resources – a handy list of local projects, national organisations and resources to help setting up food waste projects.Recommended Food Surplus Resources
How to: run a ‘Disco Soup’ food surplus event guide – a guide produced by Feedback on how to organise spectacular and celebratory public events that tackle food waste. (We can also connect you to people who have run Disco Soup in Oxford).
The CAG Guide to Running a Thermal Imaging Project – an in-depth guide covering planning, using thermal imaging camera, interpreting images and giving feedback.
Repair Cafe Logos & templates – a zipped folder of Repair Cafe logos and poster templates.
Press Release Template – use this template to write your own press releases about events and activities.
Photo Consent – a handy guide on how to ensure your group gets the right consent for taking photos at events.
Photo Consent Form (children) – a downloadable (word) form to use to gather photo consent from parents/guardians.
Photo Consent Form (regular) – a downloadable (word) form to use to ask for photo/video consent.
Photos will be taken sign (pdf) – for use at community events to tell your audience that photo/video equipment will be used.
How to: Promote an Event – a guide on how to promote your event and make it a success.
Event Promotion Checklist – a simple checklist for promoting your community event.
Social Media for Community Groups – a guide on how to best use social media for your community group.
Special Project Grant
The Special Projects Grant is a fund which is administered by CAG Project staff and the CAG Network Forum. It is available to all CAGs within the network in order to deliver “special” projects, events or activities which they may not be able to self-fund otherwise.
We also maintain a funding database with opportunities for groups, which we are constantly updating. If you know a fund not listed here please email us.Browse funding here