Call It Out News

A year-long project aiming to improve access to domestic abuse services for LGBT+ people across South Yorkshire.

SAYiT Summer Programme

We have some exciting activities planned for our young people over the summer holidays, including: Picnics, Walks, Online Games Night, Music Sessions, Boardgame Cafe and more... Get in touch to sign up to attend.

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...

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:...

Hello from new CEO, Heather Paterson

I am very honoured to have been appointed as CEO at SAYiT. I have worked with LGBT+ groups, campaigns and projects in Sheffield for the past two decades, and more broadly with youth, women’s, equality and social justice organisations. I have worked closely alongside...

SAYiT welcomes appointment of new CEO

A message from our departing CEO, Steve Slack…. Dear colleague, friend or supporter of SAYiT, sadly I will be leaving SAYiT on Wednesday July 22nd. The position of CEO will be taken over by Heather Paterson. I am delighted with Heather’s appointment and I know that...

Joint briefing: The LGBT+ Community and Domestic Abuse

The Domestic Abuse Bill will be read for a third time in the House of Commons today. Together, we have worked hard to support recognition & assessment of the needs of LGBT+ survivors of domestic abuse. Read our full joint statement, which SAYiT are proud to be a...

Call It Out at SafeLives Webinar

Call It Out spoke at the recent SafeLives webinar focusing on developing best practice in supporting LGBT+ survivors of Domestic Abuse. See video below to hear our learning and recommendations from the project (skip to 1:35.11 to hear Call It Out)....

Mental Health Awareness Week: 18 -24th May 2020

A Blog from SAYiT CEO Steve Slack for Mental Health Awareness week. On May 17th many of us celebrated IDAHOBIT (International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia). The date commemorates the day thirty years ago when the World Health...

IDAHoBIT 2020

Every year SAYiT marks International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia (IDAHoBIT) on the 17th May, the day same sex attraction was de-classified as a mental illness by the World Health Organisaton (WHO). We mark this day to speak out about...

SAYiT Summer Programme

We have some exciting activities planned for our young people over the summer holidays, including: Picnics, Walks, Online Games Night, Music Sessions, Boardgame Cafe and more... Get in touch to sign up to attend.

Read more

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

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:...

Read more

Hello from new CEO, Heather Paterson

I am very honoured to have been appointed as CEO at SAYiT. I have worked with LGBT+ groups, campaigns and projects in Sheffield for the past two decades, and more broadly with youth, women’s, equality and social justice organisations. I have worked closely alongside...

Read more

SAYiT welcomes appointment of new CEO

A message from our departing CEO, Steve Slack…. Dear colleague, friend or supporter of SAYiT, sadly I will be leaving SAYiT on Wednesday July 22nd. The position of CEO will be taken over by Heather Paterson. I am delighted with Heather’s appointment and I know that...

Read more

Joint briefing: The LGBT+ Community and Domestic Abuse

The Domestic Abuse Bill will be read for a third time in the House of Commons today. Together, we have worked hard to support recognition & assessment of the needs of LGBT+ survivors of domestic abuse. Read our full joint statement, which SAYiT are proud to be a...

Read more

Call It Out at SafeLives Webinar

Call It Out spoke at the recent SafeLives webinar focusing on developing best practice in supporting LGBT+ survivors of Domestic Abuse. See video below to hear our learning and recommendations from the project (skip to 1:35.11 to hear Call It Out)....

Read more

Mental Health Awareness Week: 18 -24th May 2020

A Blog from SAYiT CEO Steve Slack for Mental Health Awareness week. On May 17th many of us celebrated IDAHOBIT (International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia). The date commemorates the day thirty years ago when the World Health...

Read more
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