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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This year's High Sheriff Luncheon launches the Child Sexual Exploitation Fund

We hold the annual High Sheriff Luncheon to celebrate a years' worth of successes supporting more community groups and charities across South Yorkshire. But this year we also launched the Child Sexual Exploitation Fund (CSE Fund) in response the recent Rotherham abuse reports.†

Training courses this Autumn with SYFAB

South Yorkshire Funding Advice Bureau (SYFAB) provide information, advice and training on funding and fundraising to community and voluntary organisations. Our training is designed to help you gain the knowledge, skills and confidence to fulfil your fundraising aspirations.

NEW! Free Learning Events for Social Enterprises

Two capacity events have been set up to help social enterprises become more knowledgeable, successful and aware of the opportunities and requirements of the social enterprise sector. †

3rd Annual Paces Seminar - 22nd to 23rd October

Paces Sheffield and Doncaster Deaf Trust invite you to the 3rd Annual Seminars - 22nd to 23rd October 2014.

New SYCF fund launched in support of Rotherham abuse survivors

We†have†launched the Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Fund in response to the recent reports of abuse in Rotherham. The CSE Fund will help meet the existing demand for extra resources to support those affected.

 

 

 

  

 

 

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