We are delighted to announce our 2020/21 Charity of the year, SAYiT (Sheena Amos Youth Trust).
They are a lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans plus (LGBT+) young people and sexual health/HIV charity and core function is to transform the lives of LGBT+ young people and young people affected by HIV, up to the age of 25 through supportive group work, youth action, education and influence.
Group work and 1:1s for young people aged 11 – 25
Support for parents and carers of young LGBT+ people
Education sessions delivered directly to all young people in schools and youth settings in Sheffield on: LGBT+ awareness and support; HIV; and Sexual Health
Assemblies delivered directly to all young people in schools and youth settings in Sheffield on: LGBT+ awareness and support; Anti-bullying; PRIDE; HIV; and Sexual Health
Support with developing and sustaining Gender and Sexualities (GSA) groups for all young people in Sheffield schools and other youth settings
LGBT+ Domestic Abuse work – consulting LGBT+ people and advising/training organisations
Training for workers and adult volunteers delivered at a central Sheffield venue
Bespoke training courses to meet your specific needs at a venue of your choice in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, and nationally
Rainbow Blades Founder & Chair and Sheffield Rainbow Laces organiser, James Laley said:
‘I have known and worked with SAYiT over the past few years on numerous events and campaigns. The work they do to transform the lives of young LGBT+ people in Sheffield is remarkable. This was an easy choice, their values and aims align perfectly with what Rainbow Blades and Sheffield Rainbow Laces stands for. All young LGBT+ people deserve the same opportunities as anyone else. We want to ensure that football & sport in general is welcoming and encourages the very best potential of LGBT+ people.’