What We Do
In light of COVID-19 we are operating as a foodbank for the community.
ShipShape run free and low cost group and one-to-one sessions, at our welcoming Centre and in outreach venues in the city, to tackle health inequalities and support people's health and wellbeing. We work with a wide range of partner agencies. Sessions include: a one-to-one Health Trainer service, a Counselling Service, chronic pain support, healthy cooking and eating sessions, exercise sessions, a carers' support group, family sessions on what to do when your child is unwell, diabetes management sessions, social sessions e.g. a men's group, Breakfast Club and a craft group. We run health trainer drop-in sessions in various venues around the city. Trips and events at ShipShape are also popular e.g. special summer, Eid and Christmas events.
Who We Are
Although our vision and mission have remained constant, we have expanded over the years in size and scope. ShipShape began as a project from Sharrow Community Forum in 2006, based on London Road and run by two part-time volunteers. We have grown into an independent organisation based in larger, welcoming premises on Sharrow Lane and run by a team of 10 experienced and trained staff and 7 supervised and trained volunteers. We moved premises in 2012 and became an independent Workers' Cooperative and Limited Company in 2015. We are grateful to all our funders for their support.
Big Lottery Fund
The Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire
Sheffield City Council
Sheffield International Venues (SIV)
South Yorkshire Sport (Mums Team Bursary)
Trusthouse Charitable Foundation
University of Sheffield
Waitrose, Eccleshall Road, Sheffield