Age UK Sheffield is a completely local and independent charity which provides information, advice, services and resources to people aged 50 and over in Sheffield.
We also have a trading arm, Age UK Sheffield Enterprises, which donates its profits to the charity.
We have links to the national Age UK charity, and other local Age UKs, but we are completely locally based, and governed by Trustees who are based in and around Sheffield.
Our Chairman is David Campbell. He was appointed to the role of Chair of Age UK Sheffield in February 2017, having previously served as Deputy Chair for three years.
David is Co-Owner/Director of a small growing engineering business, Iidea Limited, based on Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Park. He is also Chair of the Board at Tinsley Bridge Group Limited, a Sheffield based engineering group. His previous career spanned 34 years with the national/international accounting firm Grant Thornton, where he served in both regional and national leadership roles, concluding with a 3-year placement in a senior executive leadership role in the firm’s South African operation.
Our other Trustees are:
Melanie Perkins (Deputy Chair), Emma Challans, Sarah Fulton Tindall, Tim Furness, Steve Naylor, Naomi Sampson, Nigel Smith, Liton Ullah and Lisa Whitworth.
The Chair of our trading arm board is Nick Ethelstone.
Our Chief Executive is Steve Chu. Our Chief Operating Officer is Teresa Barker.
You can find information about our charity, our people, financial information, and our annual reports, by clicking here to visit the Charity Commission website.