Our #SpeakUp small grants scheme awards funding to local community, voluntary, or not-for-profit groups, enabling them to engage with their communities about what matters to them.
In total, grant recipients gathered the views of around 604 people
- Asylum seekers and refugees
- People from the BAMER (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee) community
- People with learning disabilities and their families and carers
- Mums with English as a second language
- Trans young people, and others from the LGBT+ community
- Local residents in North Sheffield
- People with eating disorders, their families and friends
- Young people and school age pupils, some with mental ill health
- Those affected by ME and Fibromyalgia
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Read a summary of the findings from the reports, and what we'd like to see from Sheffield's health and social care providers in response:
We received a response to these reports from Lesley Smith, Accountable Officer of Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). Here's what she said they will do in response: