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  • A Really Smart Way To Help Out

    A Really Smart Way To Help Out

    A Sheffield charity which helps unemployed people to get dressed for success has opened its own online boutique of pre-loved clothing for sale to boost their income. The Suit Works support unemployed people of all ages who are trying to get into work by giving them a styling session, informal interview skills and free smart interview appropriate-clothing .

  • 'Be Reyt' - Order Beautiful Tramlines 'Chari-tees' and Support Disability Sheffield

    'Be Reyt' - Order Beautiful Tramlines 'Chari-tees' and Support Disability Sheffield

    We’re excited to announce that Disability Sheffield is one of the chosen charities to benefit from the sale of Tramlines Festival’s ‘Chari-Tees’. The limited edition specially designed ‘Be Reyt’ and ‘Beautiful Sheffield’ T-shirts cost £15. Pre-orders close on 7th July so make sure you order yours before then to not miss out!

  • Christmas Cheer

    Christmas Cheer

    Not bought your Christmas cards yet? Thinking of donating to charity instead of sending cards this year? Why not consider Disability Sheffield as your chosen charity? As our Vice Chair Natalie Yarrow explains “So many large national charities benefit from the generosity of donors at this time of year, with smaller local charities often being left out in the cold! I would like to invite you to join me in sharing a little Christmas cheer with our User-Led-Organisation.”

  • Mad Hatter's Party Was Topper Class Entertainment

    Natalie Yarrow, Disability Sheffield’s Vice Chairperson would like to say a big thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of Sunday’s event at The Barrel in Chapeltown – “ to the brilliant landlady Steph Tate and her fabulous team, the Alice in Wonderland characters and an assortment of stallholders, our amazing volunteers, staff members and trustees, all of whom helped to raise the profile of Disability Sheffield whilst generating much-appreciated funds. Not forgetting The Barrel’s customers too, thank you for your support; now you know who we are maybe we can be of service to you or someone you know!”

  • Concert Tickets Raise Brain Tumour Charity Cash

    WeGotTickets is asking everyone purchasing through them this month to make a donation to The Brain Tumour Charity which is the largest dedicated funder of research into brain tumours globally. As well as providing support for over 25,000 people, the charity has committed £41m to pioneering research and reduced the average childhood diagnosis time from 14.4 weeks to 6.5 weeks.

  • Shop for Disability Information at Sainsbury's

    Disability Sheffield is in store on 3rd December to highlight the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. We are proud and grateful to be the Local Charity Of The Year for Sainsbury’s Division Street branch and we’ll be there with an information stall from 11am to 2pm.Having a presence in the store is a great opportunity for Sainsbury’s customers calling in over lunchtime to meet the faces behind our logo ,find out all about our work in the city and the services we offer and for us to say thank you in person.

  • Disability Sheffield wins Local Charity Of The Year Award

    We are proud to announce that Disability Sheffield has won the Local Charity Of The Year award for Sainsbury’s Division Street branch. We would like to say a big THANK YOU to staff and customers who voted for us and we really appreciate your support for our work.

  • Disability Sheffield Shortlisted for Charity of the Year at Sainsbury's

    We are proud to announce that Disability Sheffield has been shortlisted for the Local Charity of the Year award at the Sainsbury’s on Division Street in the city centre.We hope we have your vote next time you call in to shop there. Thank you.

  • Sheffield Mutual 'Charity Award 2018' Voting Now Open

    This year’s nominations have now been shortlisted by staff and committee members and the final ten have been chosen if you wish to vote for a local charity to win an award of up to £5000. The shortlist includes the Cathedral Archer Project, Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind and Sheffield Churches Council for Community Care. Voting closes on 31st July.

  • Exhibition Charts 120 years of Disabled Living

    Newly discovered photographs charting the 120-year history of the charity, Disabled Living, are on show in a permanent exhibition in Manchester.The photographs offer a unique chance to see the history of a disability charity in the UK.

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Disability Sheffield is a forward-thinking, energetic organisation doing a lot of positive work in Sheffield. I have no doubt they will continue to do so for a long time to come.
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When I moved to Sheffield nearly five years ago it was my "go to" organisation. I expect it to stay that way. All the staff and volunteers seem to pull out little gems of effort that disabled people like me couldn't do without. Professionally and personally - I love em :)
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Very good presentation, brave of the speakers to tell their stories and had a very high impact - feedback from Mate/Hate Crime presentation and video session at Safeguarding Working Together Conference
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A fantastic presentation thought provoking and good questions from the floor around promoting this film/message to the general public not just professionals.
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