Students from Sheffield Hallam are raising funds for refugee families in Lebanon following a filmmaking trip to the region last year.
Bluebell Wood is calling on local children and families to bring the woods a bit closer to home this summer, by hosting their very own Teddy Bears’ Picnic.
Gripple T-shirts, printed with four comical messages which put a Gripple ‘twist’ on traditional Yorkshire expressions, initially to drive home the social distancing message to staff, and then sold online, have raised £1,818 for local NHS hospitals.
The Managing Director of a Sheffield business has put his money where his mouth is by shedding a remarkable 19lbs to raise money for Bluebell Wood in lockdown.
Community groups on the front line of the Covid-19 Pandemic in South Yorkshire have received over £750,000 in funding support from local charity, South Yorkshire’s Community Foundation (SYCF).
A Barnsley mum has conquered an astonishing 10 marathons in 10 weeks in memory of her nine-year-old son’s schoolmate.
A pen pal postcard that’s winged its way nearly 4,000 miles around the globe is amongst hundreds received by one of Sheffield’s leading older persons’ charities.
The National Business Response Network (NRBN) was launched in April by Business in the Community (BITC), a charity and part of The Prince’s Responsible Business Network with over 750 member companies.
A group of hidden heroes have been quietly helping local children and families who are going through the toughest of times for 18 years, raising tens of thousands of pounds for Bluebell Wood.