Our approach to designing and delivering services enables us to offer opportunities and support that are diverse, inclusive, and that bring together everyone’s strengths.
Working with our wonderful partners provides opportunities to share resources, expertise and ideas, and creates innovative and holistic services for our customers.
Age Better in Sheffield, a programme delivered in partnership with Sheffield Mind, Ignite Imaginations, Reach South Sheffield, PWLC, Lai Yin Association, Age UK Sheffield, All About You and Soar Community, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.
Connect 3, a housing focused mental health service for people living in Sheffield, delivered in partnership with Sheffield Mind.
Reuniting the Generations, an intergenerational project led by the social enterprise BeWell, and delivered at Whitfield House in Glossop and alongside South View Day Nursery.
“We know how much the children enjoy spending time with the residents at Whitfield House and how valuable the interaction can be for everyone. We look forward to making visits part of our weekly routine, and we have already been given a vote of confidence from our parents and a big thumbs-up from the children.”Emily Waters
South View Nursery, partner on Reuniting the Generations
Housing First Rotherham, where we work with Target Housing to deliver a pilot partnership.
LivingWell, our pioneering partnership with Sheffield Health and Social Care Foundation Trust, working to ensure that local people accessing mental health services have the safety and security of their own home.
“My plea to the rest of the country is to follow what Sheffield have done. It’s an inspiring story of what’s achievable”Rt Hon Norman Lamb
Dun Works, a partnership between South Yorkshire Housing Association and Cheyne Capital Management’s Social Property Impact Fund – the first deal of its kind for a housing association.