Award Winners

Employment and Skills Award

Kindly sponsored by South Yorkshire Housing Association

This award recognises organisations and projects supporting people to develop their skills and employability.

The Suit Works win the Employability Award 
Photo: Nadjet Ben maghnia

Winner: The Suit Works

Runner-up: SOHAS - Sheffield Occupational Health Advisory Service

Health and Well being Award

This award recognises organisations working to improve people’s health and well being across the city.


Runner-up: Sheffield Futures

Inclusion and Equality Award

Kindly sponsored by our awards partner NOCN

The people of Sheffield are our future and we need to unleash the talent, skills and energy of everyone in the city to achieve inclusive growth.

This award recognises organisations enabling people to lead fulfilling lives in the city.

Resilient Communities Award

Kindly sponsored by Arches Housing                        

Resilient communities have deep and lasting roots, trusted relationships, and adapt and change according to needs.

This award recognises a group, organisation or project that has demonstrated strong capacity building with either a place-based community or community of people.

Zest win Resilient Communities Award

Winner: Zest


Joint runners-up: CRESST


Joint runners-up: Sharrow Community Forum

Sheffield Volunteering Award

This award recognises that through volunteering people can make an impact on both the delivery of a project and also on the lives of the volunteers.

The award will go to an exemplary volunteer project or organisation working with volunteers.

St Luke's win Sheffield Volunteering Award

Winner: St Luke's


Joint runners-up: St Wilfrid's Centre

Voice and Influence Award

Kindly sponsored by Business Improvement District (BID)

This award recognises the importance of peoples’ engagement in local democracy and the importance of everyone being able to have a voice and influence in the city.

The award will go to an exemplar campaign or organisation that supports people to have their say on issues which affect them most.


Winner: Chilypep

Runner-up: Period Positive

Champion of the Sector Award

Kindly supported by The Blunkett Family

The voluntary and community sector provides so much for the city in so many places we will never capture it all in a series of awards.  So this award is for an individual or organisation who best encapsulates the spirit of what the voluntary and community sector means to Sheffield.


Runner-up: Baby Basics