Covid Update: May 1st 2020
We are working on how best to serve the needs of our members and their
communities as this crisis develops,
and collaborating with the council and partner organisations in new ways.
Please contact us at our
Community Hub at St Mary's
Bramall Lane, S2 4QZ
call: 07421 745829
St Mary's Community Chef making frozen ready meals to go in our emergency parcels.
Packing parcels at St Mary's this week.
We are have distributed parcels to 264 households in Sheffield, in partnership with AgeUK, FareShare and supported by donations from local supermarkets.
We are collecting donations of Things-to-do such as jigsaws, novels, puzzlebooks, crafts ect and delivering them to people who are isolated.
Our members live across Sheffield
We are based at Rotherham Minster and we're collaborating with all the organisations to support people with food. This week we delivered 40 parcels.
You can contact Christine here:
If you need specific support please inform Rotherham City Council.
What is TimeBuilders?
TimeBuilders is a volunteering scheme that supports people to develop themselves and contribute to their community.
Everyone has something to give. We use time-credits to value and include everyone.
Our members are active:
TimeBuilders makes it easy to use your passions, skills, knowledge, and time to make a difference to the lives of others.
We have flexible opportunities and roles for everyone, even if you can only spare a few hours.
Who is TimeBuilders for?
If you want to make a change in your life, TimeBuilders can offer a period of inspiration, support, challenges and rewards.
If you want to meet people, TimeBuilders offers the chance to volunteer along side others.
If you need a boost to start something new, time-credits can be an incentive.
If you want to build your confidence, time-credits value your contribution.
If you would like to be more active and get into new habits, time-credits can help you develop a rhythm of meaningful work and social opportunities.
What can you gain?
TimeBuilders can help someone find new opportunities, greater motivation and increased capability to achieve personal goals, including:
Feeling more purposeful,
Working as part of a team,
Contributing to a community project,
Sharing something you’re good at,
Practicing or developing a new skill,
Teaching or helping others learn,
Gaining social skills and confidence,
Using your time more constructively,
Looking for future employment,
Finding new hobbies and activities,
Taking greater responsibility and leadership.