Our latest Newsletter

Our March 2017 edition has now been published,  focusing on the services the Centre offers, now that it has won a new contract to provide carer support in Sheffield for the next three years. There is also a special fundraising supplement – see how people are already helping us to fundraise for more services for carers, and get lots of idea for how you can help! Click below to for more information:
http://sheffieldcarers.org.uk/newsletter-for-spring-2017/

Carers’ quilt unveiled!

At our AGM, held in December, we unveiled our carers’ quilt, made from squares made by carers themselves using a variety of craft techniques. The finished quilt is beautiful, and now takes pride of place in our large meeting room at Concept House.

You can see video of the unveiling of the quilt by clicking below:

December Newsletter published

The December edition of the carers in Sheffield Newsletter has now been published.

It includes the excellent news that the Carers Centre has been chosen by the City Council to deliver support servicers to adult carers in the city for the next three years – and lots more information we hope you will find interesting and useful.

You can download a copy of the Newsletter by clicking the link below.

Carers Quilt unveiled

At last our Carers Quilt is finished, and it was unveiled at our AGM on Friday 2 December.

Over fifty carers and former carers each contributed a square which represented their caring situation. We are immensely grateful to Sue Chantler, one of our volunteers, for putting it all together for us, taking on the mammoth task of single-handedly turning these squares into a stunning quilt, which has now taken pride of place on the Carers Centre meeting room wall. Click below for more news a photo of the unveiling.

Sheffield Carers Centre awarded new contract from January 2017

We are delighted that the Carers Centre has secured funding from Sheffield City Council for 3 years from January 2017 to provide a citywide service for adult carers.

In the summer the Council invited organisations to bid for a contract to provide a citywide carers information and advice service.  Any organisation could bid as part of a competitive tendering process which outlines the service the Council wants to be provided and the funding which is available.  We had to provide detailed information on how we would provide the service which the Council had specified, following consultation with carers.