Michael O’Toole is CEO of Cambridgeshire Community Foundation. CCF is the charity for a better Cambridgeshire, working to increase understanding of local needs and raising funds to support charitable projects tackling issues in our local community. Supported projects contribute to a better quality of life, including reducing disadvantage and inequalities. CCF works with partners to inspire philanthropy and increase resources for the county by investing in important community projects through grants. Michael was previously CEO of Mentor, a national charity helping young people by preventing harms caused by drugs. Prior to this he was UK Crown Representative for the Voluntary & Community Sector, advising government on strengthening charities’ role in building communities. Michael is also Chair of Cambridgeshire Cricket Board.

Michael will be speaking as a presenter in the What's an equitable and healthy city and how do we deliver it? workshop on Friday 23 June.

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