Body of Sound will be singer on the Moor this Saturday 12-1pm. If you are passing by please drop a few pennies in the bucket! http://bodyofsound.org/
See what there is to bid on this year with the Auction of Promises. Every penny goes to ASSIST Sheffield so what is there to lose? Get your bids in now at https://www.jumblebee.co.uk/auction/detail/auction_id/2341 Personal tour of the house of commons? Bouquet of flowers from Chatsworth? Your Own mini bollywood bash at home? And so much more! More lots being added every day!
As part of the Festival of Debate we have the following event:
ASSIST is recruiting a Community and Events Officer!
ASSIST is recruiting a Grants Officer!
How can YOU help?ASSIST relies on voluntary contributions and we would like to invite you to donate time, skills or special treats to attract bids. This could be anything from: Painting, decorating, gardening A music, art or language lesson Baked homemade goods Use of a holiday home Dog walking The list is endless. Everyone has something they can donate so we would love to hear from you.
Join us for our major fundraising and social event of the year. Our Summer Fundraiser 2018 will feature: A hot buffet (catered by The Real Junk Food Project). A bar selling beer, wine and soft drinks. Veggie and vegan options. An opportunity to bid in our Auction of Promises 2018. Lots of fun, music and games! A chance to meet other ASSIST supporters and to find out more about ASSIST’s work.
We will be at Sheffield Library Theatre on 20 and 21 April for Paradise Road, a play by James Stone about hosting asylum seekers. Get your tickets here.
The Home Affairs Select Committee has published its report on building consensus on immigration policy. ASSIST made a written submission, together with South Yorkshire Refugee Law and Justice, about the damage done by the hostile environment policy, which affects all the people we support. We argued that the effect is also wider, and damages our whole society.
The Winding Wheel Theatre, Chesterfield on Saturday 20 January 2018. The Transports is a tale of exile and migration.This re-working of Peter Bellamy’s 1977 folk ballads features a new generation of folk musicians, including The Young’uns, Faustus, Nancy Kerr, Rachael McShane, Greg Russell and Matthew Crampton. It is a highly acclaimed production that received a 5 star review in The Guardian and has prompted standing ovations around the country.