SAYiT 2019/20 Brochure

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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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.@ionafdixon has shaved her heed and now could become a convincing Sinéad O’Connor tribute act !

She did this to raise funds for
@SAYiTSheffield - if you can, please donate to help them provide essential services to young LGBTQ+ ppl in Sheffield 🌈👩‍🦲👇

More #SAYiT10Challenge news... 🌈

We've beaten our target of £2100 for the Noah Lomax Fund! We're thrilled but we don't want to stop there. We have exciting challenges on the go and we are so proud of our challengers.

#sheffieldissuper #lgbtfundraiser

Help the @SAYiTSheffield 10 Challenge - We have 3 days to go and are £498 from reaching our target!

All money raised will go to the Noah Lomax fund providing counselling and hardship support for young #LGBT+ people

🏳️‍🌈#MentalHealth #SuicidePrevention


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Care Package Project

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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...

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