Working to help unite Sheffield during these troubling times.
The FUSION CITY project, in the form of a not-for-profit Community Interest Company, will be created in order to support a sustainable economic recovery and advancement of Sheffield’s business, hospitality, cultural, tourism, and retail sectors, to help the communities within the Sheffield City Region (SCR) come out of the Covid-19 period stronger together, prepared for a new and exciting future.
Politically agnostic and with the support of organisations of varying sizes and sectors, the FUSION CITY project will work towards a safe and strong economic recovery of the City and the SCR, ensuring Sheffield's ongoing viability as a leading UK city, and propel it forward as both a major centre of historical interest and a contemporary centre of scientific, cultural,
artistic, touristic, environmental, educational and business excellence.
The FUSION CITY project is created in the belief that by harnessing business assets – such as research, insight, international connections, know-how, employee base, advocacy, marketing power and leadership – we can drive positive change.
The FUSION CITY project will operate as a campaigning force with hundreds of members across all business sectors, combined with thousands of individuals across the population, together uniquely placed and combined to champion both the region and City of Sheffield.
SupportOur charity organization provides financial, technical and humanitarian assistance within various charitable programs.
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We supported over 54,000
children in 23 countries.
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With assistance from its business partners and involved citizens, the FUSION CITY project
will draw attention to, and help fund, its social goals through several possible high-profile
projects. Initial ideas include:
• “Fusion City Radio” – a local internet radio station with a remit to broadcast content
involving heritage-based topics, culture, tourism, and social issues
• Community involvement in assisting the City of Sheffield in an application to become
a World Heritage Site
• A major music concert involving some of Sheffield's world-renowned celebrity
musicians to help fund the City's World Heritage Site application
• Production of a video documentary to highlight the many features making Sheffield a
great place to live, work and visit
• A photography competition open to all to showcase the City's many contemporary
assets – from rural and urban beauty to its former and contemporary industrial might