About

Learn more about SAYiT, what we do and where we're heading.

Are you aged 12-25 and identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or are affected by HIV? Would you like to access information and support? Would you like to meet and make friends with like-minded people? Or would you like to get more involved with our trust and gain some valuable volunteering experience? We offer a range of exciting opportunities including groups, one-to-one meetings with our friendly staff, expert practical advice and volunteering opportunities that may be just what you’re looking for! Please take a look around our website to find out more, or click here to watch a promotional video.

SAYiT is a trans inclusive space and welcomes people of all genders. We have a zero tolerance approach to discrimination, victimisation or harassment on the basis of a person’s gender identity.

History

SAYiT is a registered charity (no: 1177477) which has a long history of working with young people in Sheffield.

In 1999, we were set up as the Sheena Amos Youth Trust in recognition of a local NHS manager who worked tirelessly to provide sexual health care to those under 20.

Sheena died of breast cancer five years earlier, but her legacy lives on through SAYiT’s efforts to carry her vision forward.

Today, we provide support and social opportunities for young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or affected by HIV.

SAYiT works with young people aged from 12 to 25, including those who are most vulnerable or marginalised. Our range of groups provide expert practical advice, emotional support and social opportunities for those who need them – no questions asked.

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