Getting to know Sheffield Business Together Event Recording

29th September 2021

If you are a business interested in making a difference in our city, watch back this event recording to discover how our new charity brokerage service with Sheffield Business Together, can help connect you to those in need in our city.

Earlier this year, we were delighted to join forces with Sheffield Business Together to help scale and grow the incredible work that they are doing to bring like-minded businesses together to collaborate, connect, share and harness resources to address some of the key challenges facing our city.

Over the last couple of months, some fantastic projects have taken place. Projects that really have made a difference to people and communities across Sheffield. 

If you are a business that wants to give back to the community, or a charity that requires support, please watch back this event to hear more about what's been going on and information on upcoming projects to get involved in. 

Our Executive Director, Louisa Harrison-Walker, who is also Chair of SBT, provides a detailed picture of our partnership and how you can get involved.

By working together we can make a difference. For more information click here

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