The South Yorkshire Community Foundation

Connecting people who care to causes that matter...

South Yorkshire Community Foundation aims to improve lives in our communities.

We do this through raising funds from businesses, philanthropists, trusts and statutory bodies and using them to meet the needs of local people facing economic hardship and other barriers to aspiration.

The future of vital community projects in South Yorkshire relies on the generosity of local people.  Everyone can be a philanthropist through SYCF.

Find out how you can start making a difference now

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Key Changes are working hard to unlock women's potential

Key Changes unlock women's potential by providing employment and training opportunities in prison and upon release, to empower, motivate and give women the confidence to improve their lives.

Free Youth Education sessions exploring migration and the stigma that surrounds it

British Red Cross are offering targeted free Youth education for 10-19 yr olds around the Stigma of Migrants where there is evidence of stigmatising behaviour towards Refugees/Asylum seekers/ Migrants. This can be in the form of individual sessions or bespoke length 1-6 week projects.

SYFAB Fundraising Programme 2015-2016

SYFAB are currently putting together the finishing touches to the fundraising training programme for the next academic year (September 2015 – July 2016).

Invitation to tender briefing for Keeping People Well in their Community

Sheffield City Council is preparing to launch a tender for Keeping People Well in their Community, for services to start in April 2016.

Business Leader Julie Kenny backs new scheme launched to help businesses support local communities

A new patronage scheme has been launched by South Yorkshire's Community Foundation (SYCF) to enable local businesses to support their communities.


           
           
          
         


              

 

 

 

 

 

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