S6 Foodbank uses data to report how much food they have distributed
Shelter have been sharing lots of data over the past month since the launch of their Vision for Social Housing report
NCVO sharing relevant data on local charities day
Data highlighting survey results about what had changed in the workplace after MHFA England training
NHS Sheffield CCG uses data to explain what a ‘lay member’ is
In November, several of Sheffield’s organisations were promoting what they do by using data on social media:
Sheffield Parks’ poster of the city’s outdoor spaces, complete with lots of associated data:
Food Works Sheffield using data to highlight how much food waste is avoided by their work:
Headline homelessness data displayed at an event:
Working Win shared a mental health message based on data:
I saw this being shared on social media, created by Sheffield City Council’s public health intelligence team, highlighting suicide and accidental death among young men.
Weston Park Weather Station visually demonstrating the unusually large amount of rain that fell in Sheffield on September 20th.
Sheffield North East’s neighbourhood policing team use a bar chart to justify where they are focusing their attention.