When Affinity's PCs for Charity scheme was born in July 2019, following a donation of PCs from a client, they hoped to help several charities in the Sheffield City Region.
Barnsley College Public Services students walked 8,848 metres up and down the College steps, equivalent to climbing Mount Everest, to raise £1,729 for the Barnsley Hospital Charity COVID-19 appeal.
Chesterfield-based Investors in Community has expanded its team after seeing a 68% increase in the number of charities using the platform since March, including the Teenage Cancer Trust, British Heart Foundation, and Mind.
Sheffield-headquartered postural support specialist, Jenx, has announced a new year-long partnership with High Green-based Paces, a specialist school for conductive education.
The latest Transform Grants Fund is now live with more than £50,000 of funding for community and environmental projects available.
Students and staff at Barnsley College have raised £943 for Hallam FM’s Cash for Kids fundraising programme which aims to improve the lives of over 19,000 children and young people across the region.
Sheffield Girls' submitted over 50 pieces of artwork across all year groups from KS1 through to Year 12 for Cavendish Cancer Care's Sheffield ARTogether campaign.
During the first national lockdown of the Covid pandemic earlier this year, and subsequent social restrictions, thousands of volunteers provided a vital lifeline for many vulnerable people throughout an unprecedented time of anxiety & social restrictions.
Henry Boot PLC has pledged its support to some of the most vulnerable members of society this Christmas by donating thousands of pounds to food banks across the UK.