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Let's Build Health Grants

Let’s Build Health Grants are available to help create opportunities and develop local activity that improves health and wellbeing. The grants are available in the following People Keeping Well Community Partnership areas: Burngreave, Firth Park, Southey, Chapelgreen. We love seeing who applies, who's successful, and what happens to the projects once they start running! Have a read of who was funded this year...

  • Green City Action will deliver celebration and engagement events for the community, including an awards ceremony, wreath making workshop and a hanging basket workshop.

  • Friends of Ellesmere Park are expanding on their Ranger Day activities for the local community, including planting, tidying and more.

  • Burngreave Women's Forum are a brand new group with the aim of supporting the women of Burngreave to access support and reduce isolation. They want to offer a 10 week program to empower women to improve their own health & wellbeing!

  • Burngreave Men's Forum are bringing men together from diverse cultural backgrounds, empowering them through exercise and educating them on the resources available within the community.

  • Aspiring Communities Together are offering young men in Burngreave, Fir Vale and Firth Park the opportunity to get together through a shared passion of sport, to help support them with their mental health and wellbeing.

  • MAAT Probe Group have been set up to support African Caribbean mental health service users, and they want to go into mental health hospitals in Sheffield engaging with people through virtual reality and music, to help anxiety, mood and general wellbeing!

  • Space to Breathe are piloting a patient-centred wellbeing group at Chapelgreen Surgery, bringing people together and giving patients a voice.

  • High Green Development Trust are creating a High Green Community Corner to be a multi-purpose space for hosting a range of activities and services for the local community.

  • Sheffield Caribbean Sports Club are developing an indoor training programme for their women and girls cricket team, and hope to enter the team into the South Yorkshire Cricket League.

  • St Saviour's Community Project will deliver a group activity called 'Let's Cook Together - Adults', enabling adults and their families to know how to cook healthily on a budget, expanding on the success of previous 'Let's Cook Together' activities for young people.

  • Food For Thought are seeking to continue to provide a warm space and hot meal for isolated people, on a pay as you feel basis, as well as a Christmas Day dinner and hampers.

  • SAGE will welcome up to 10 people who have experienced mental ill health to their allotment site in Grimesthorpe, creating a safe, supportive community with activities which support wellbeing and relationship building.

  • Friends of Firth Park Community Allotments are expanding their garden activities by recruiting new volunteers and organising more sessions and classes for local families, enabling people to learn how to grow, harvest and cook their own food.

  • Roman Ridge have a singing group at their supported living centre, which is being opened to the wider public and made more accessible to people who don't live at the centre, including family members and other older people locally.

  • Grow's nature-based mentoring programme is designed to improve mental wellbeing, build resilience and foster social connection in young people.

  • Shiregreen TARA will be running community cooking sessions to bring people from Shiregreen together to cook, share food and rebuild connections.

  • Parson Cross Initiative Project have started a new craft group in partnership with Ignite Imaginations, creating a safe space for people and training up volunteers to enable them to run the group themselves long-term.

  • Autism Hope Sheffield are looking to expand their support group to be able to offer more support for the mental health of their members, by having a trained counsellor present who can offer 1-1 support to anyone who may need it.

  • Parson Cross Development Forum are running 13-week pilot project which provides a Pilates group for older people to participate in, helping them stay engaged with others while moving their body.

  • St Paul's Church run an intergenerational group for all generations to mix over craft, playtime, stories, song and food, reducing loneliness among the older generation.

Find out more about our grants and when the next round will open for applications here.

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