Sheffield Carers Centre aims to offer carers as many benefits as possible through the Carer Card scheme, but this does not mean that we are recommending or endorsing any of the services, activities, products or businesses featured in the Carer Card directory.
All the information is provided by the businesses concerned. Sheffield Carers Centre accepts no liability for damage or loss however caused, in connection with the use of the information or the services, activities, products or businesses accessed through the Carer Card scheme. We advise you to consider and make an informed decision about the suitability of any offer for your own situation.
The Sheffield Carer Card has been developed to reward and recognise all the hard work you do as a carer. This card is for both young and adult carers. The Card offers discounts on a range of activities, products and services. It is the result of the generosity of local and national businesses who want to find a way to support carers and is part of our attempt to mobilise the city to work together to recognise the work carers do, help carers to connect with the services we offer and support a city-wide effort to make Sheffield much more carer-friendly.
From Yoga to Butlins, cleaners to cafes, we’ve brought together an amazing range of offers.
Please click on the categories on the left hand side of the page for full details. If you are on a mobile device click on the menu tab at the top left hand side of your screen.
To download the Directory of Offers: Click here!
More offers will be updated here regularly, so please keep checking this page! Every week businesses are coming on board with the Carer Card to offer discounts to carers. Here is just a taster of the range of products and services that will be available:
If you are a business and would like to support and connect with 1,000s of carers in Sheffield, contact Stephanie Lowe on 0114 278 8942 or email@example.com
The reverse of the Card is designed to be used in case of an emergency situation. You may worry about what would happen if something unexpectedly stopped you from looking after the person you care for if, for example, you were involved in an accident or became ill. This card would alert others to the fact that you are an unpaid carer. It provides space for you to fill in details of two emergency contacts, who can support the person you care for.
If you are incapacitated or involved in an emergency, the two contacts on the card can be called. They may be a friend, neighbour or relative. Talk to them before you put their name on this card.
For more details see our Plan for an Emergency page.
How to get your Carer Card
The card is now available to carers who are registered with Sheffield Carers Centre and as an incentive for people to register for the first time. The card is also available to Sheffield Young Carers. If you are a young carer and would like a Carer Card please contact Sheffield Young Carers on: 0114 258 4595.
If you are not registered with the Carers Centre please complete our registration form below and a Welcome Pack will be posted to you with your Carer Card.
If you are already registered with the Carers Centre and would like to request a Carer Card, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring: 0114 278 8942.
Before you register for a Carer Card, please click here to read Carer Card Terms and Conditions.
Alongside the Carer Card, carers can take advantage of other cards and offers provided by Disability Sheffield and and Carers Trust.
The Access Card is a card like no other, Disability Sheffield translate your disability / impairment into symbols which highlight the barriers you face and the reasonable adjustments you might need. The Access Card is accepted as proof of disability and more at venues across the country. Find out more here.
Carersmart is a club from Carers Trust, the UKs largest charity and is open to carers, people with care needs and staff and volunteers across the Carers Trust network. Joining is easy and free, once you are a member, you can benefit from a wide range of offers. Find out more here