Posts for Tag: Community
With the school holidays fast approaching and the weather perennially so unpredictable, it’s difficult to make plans to entertain the kids while they’re off school and potentially at a loose end. Even at a young age, children can have widely differing interpretations of what keeps them entertained and stimulated for any length of time, so deciding on plans that they’ll all enjoy can sometimes be tricky. Whether it be outdoor exploring, seeing animals, watching films or getting crafty, we’ve created a guide so you can keep everyone entertained during half term - maybe even Mum and Dad!
Sheffield Mutual Friendly Society launched its Community Fund back in January 2014 and has continued it each year since. Donations are available for amounts up to £1,000 in line with the following criteria:
We launched a charity nomination scheme in 2017 and due to its popularity, are once again asking our members, supporting intermediaries and the general public to nominate their favourite charity. Nominations will close on 31st March 2018.
Gateway Church Shoestrings Project received £250 from Sheffield Mutual's community fund in 2017. Here's an update...
This year instead of doing a secret Santa, Member Services Administrator, Rosie Wells came up with the fantastic idea of us all getting involved with the 'Shoe Box Appeal'...Read More
Sheffield Mutual Friendly Society, a local mutual provider of savings and investment policies for adults and children, is pleased to be sponsoring the Support Dogs 2017 Graduation Ceremony in Sheffield this weekend.Read More
A note from Yorkshire Air Ambulance… £500 donation towards essential equipment from Sheffield Mutualby Dawn Gregory
We are delighted to receive a £500 grant from the Sheffield Mutual Community Fund towards buying essential medical equipment on board the air ambulances.Read More
Local friendly society Sheffield Mutual has launched a charity nomination scheme for 2017.Read More
Sheffield Mutual Friendly Society has worked with Support Dogs for the last 4 years and we were pleasantly surprised when they asked us to name one of their dogs in training. After lots of help from our Facebook followers and a vote including staff and Committee members, we went with Smurf, and here she is…