The Sheffield College has joined a national initiative to inspire students and staff to lend a helping hand and support local communities.
The IIC 500 Purpose Challenge has been developed by Investors In Community (IIC) to give young people the opportunity to broaden and develop their skillsets.
It wasn’t meant to be for the England football team this year, as they gave it their all in a tense final. However, closer to home, The SEO Works did all they could to get behind the tournament and also support local cancer charity, Cavendish Cancer Care.
The Children's Hospital Charity, based in Sheffield launched the official countdown to funding of the new £2.75m Cancer and Leukaemia Ward 6 for the Sheffield Children’s Hospital.
Sheffield Hallam University has unveiled three ‘talking’ bear sculptures – designed by Pete McKee, Morag Myerscough and Thoughts Make Things – as the Bears of Sheffield trail gets underway this week.
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice has announced that its much-anticipated Light up the Lake event has been rescheduled following the four-week delay in the easing of Coronavirus restrictions.
Two Sheffield charities have joined forces to change the futures of young people across South Yorkshire whose lives have been blighted by the pandemic.
This June Element Society turns 8 years old. They’ve kept quiet about how much young people do for Sheffield… until now. With over 200,000 hours of volunteering under their belt it's time to applaud young Sheffielders.