SAYiT 2021

Happy New Year from all at SAYiT,Here is a brief summary of what the charity is offering at the moment. Support for Young People Fruitbowl – Weekly online social group with different activities and themes each week. For 11-17 year olds Prism – Monthly online social...

The Brighter Project

Some of us had previously met Barry from Outbox theatre when they came along to Fruitbowl to run a theatre session with our young people. I remember thinking how much fun it must be to be part of his crew, and I very much hoped Outbox Theatre would be crossing our...

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We are constantly working on our accessibility for all. Our website - https://sayit.org.uk/ - now has a translation button consisting of the 10 most spoken languages in Sheffield. According to the most recent census. If there is a language you would like that is not...

A Big Birthday ‘Thank You’

Winter's here and this year might feel tougher for many. There’s so much going on in the world right now that just doesn’t feel festive or jolly. But, thanks to you all, we have something to smile about at SAYiT. We’re still on a high from our 21st birthday...

Care Packages – November 2020

SAYiT has once again been creating care packages for our young people. In order to improve their well being during this second national lockdown we consulted with the young people on what they want and need. This included a mixture of essential items and fun items:...

It’s our 21st Birthday!

As we enter October, we can no longer ignore the fact that autumn is officially here. The days are getting shorter, there’s definitely a nip in the air and the big coats (or is it onesies?) are coming out of the wardrobe. But we aren’t at risk of hibernating yet!...

Care Package Project

Attending a youth group via Zoom is not every young person’s cup of tea, and we have been seeing a lower attendance at online groups, compared to in-person ones. As a way to reach out to a wider section of Fruitbowl and Prism members, we decided to start a care...

SAYiT statement on Gender Recognition Act reform

Heather Paterson, SAYiT Chief Executive said: 'It is exceptionally disappointing that in today's government response to the Gender Recognition Act consultation, three years after announcing plans to improve legal recognition for trans people in England and Wales, and...

Update on LGBT+ Support from September-December for SAYiT Young People

Hello to all our brilliant young people. Here’s a little update from us about what you can expect from us over the next few months. Due to current circumstances we will be unable to hold groups at Scotia Works until at least January 2021. This means that Prism and...

Rainbow Blades: Charity of the year 2020/21

Rainbow Blades (with Sheffield Laces)have announced their 2020/21 Charity of the year, SAYiT (Sheena Amos Youth Trust). Rainbow Blades are an inclusive supporter group for an inclusive football club.Rainbow Blades aims to be a friendly, welcoming and inclusive...

Emotional wellbeing support for LGBT+ young people in Sheffield

SAYiT works with young people and professionals to make real lives better. We provide practical support around LGBT+ life, sexual health, HIV and mental wellbeing, while our training helps organisations improve knowledge and address discrimination.

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Today is Holocaust Memorial Day which marks the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp. SAYiT remember the victims & shed light on the treatment of 'homosexuals' - @SAYiTSheffield

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#HolocaustMemorialDay #pinktriangle

This #HolocaustMemorialDay we mourn the countless people, many of whom were #LGBT, that paid the ultimate price for being different. We remember the lost, and fight for those around the world and here at home, who continue to suffer violence and persecution for their identities.

"The pink triangle symbolises the power of remembering the past, reflecting on the injustices that persist today, and the possibility of a future where people are not demonised for their difference." #HolocaustMemorialDay #LightTheDarkness https://www.stonewall.org.uk/node/127916

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SAYiT 2021

Happy New Year from all at SAYiT,Here is a brief summary of what the charity is offering at the moment. Support for Young People Fruitbowl – Weekly online social group with different activities and themes each week. For 11-17 year olds Prism – Monthly online social...

Read more

The Brighter Project

Some of us had previously met Barry from Outbox theatre when they came along to Fruitbowl to run a theatre session with our young people. I remember thinking how much fun it must be to be part of his crew, and I very much hoped Outbox Theatre would be crossing our...

Read more

Website Languages

We are constantly working on our accessibility for all. Our website - https://sayit.org.uk/ - now has a translation button consisting of the 10 most spoken languages in Sheffield. According to the most recent census. If there is a language you would like that is not...

Read more

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