Sheffield Business Together

Businesses and charities working together to deliver real impact in communities across Sheffield.

As the pandemic continues to have a huge impact, many communities and families across Sheffield are facing real challenges.

Now, more than ever, we need to come together.

Businesses want to help. And charities need support. The difficulty for businesses is matching opportunities relevant to your expertise and service, to make a measurable and tangible impact to the key challenges our city is facing.

That’s where we come in.

We have teamed up with Sheffield Business Together, to create a citywide network of 1000s of businesses and charities across Sheffield. The focus of this partnership is to scale and grow the incredible work that Sheffield Business Together is already doing, to bring like-minded businesses together to collaborate, connect, share and harness resources to address some of the key challenges facing our city and communities.

How you can help and get involved.

Available to all Chamber members, through a simple, easy to access brokerage service, we will work with you to tailor and match opportunities relevant to your business and people.

Whether your focus is to support long-term sustainability, to help ensure young people are work ready, or to help tackle social challenges, there is a range of opportunities and projects you can access and support.

For an idea of Sheffield Business Together’s key campaigns and ideas of how your business could help:

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Access to this service is simple.

Whether you are business that wants to give back or to understand how you can help, this is your one-stop-shop.

Or if you are a charity looking for support and would like to be introduced to Chamber members with the skills and expertise to help.

Contact Sheffield Chamber via the below details. A member of the partnership will then get in touch.  

Call:         0114 201 8888
Email:      membership@scci.org.uk

Partners

This service is delivered in partnership through Sheffield Chamber, Sheffield Business Together, Voluntary Action Sheffield and Business in the Community.

About Sheffield Business Together

In March 2019, Arm, Arup, Henry Boot, Irwin Mitchell and John Lewis, joined forces with Voluntary Action Sheffield, Business in the Community and the city’s universities to form Sheffield Business Together. Supported by Benchmark, Mantra Media and South Yorkshire’s Community Foundation, the aim of Sheffield Business Together is focussed on increasing employer-led volunteering and the impact that charities and businesses could have by working together.

Voluntary Action Sheffield is the legal accountable body for SBT.

To find out more, visit www.sheffieldbusinesstogether.org.uk.