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Awards & Acheivements


5X Winner (2005, 2007, 2008, 2010 & 2016) of Burngreave Area Panel Award - Received in recognition of outstanding contribution to the community and to record appreciation of effort made to improve the lives of people in the area. Presented by Sheffield City Councillors and the Lord Mayor of Sheffield.

Sheffield City Council Recognition Award - Presented to Gulnaz Hussain in recognition of the outstanding contribution Gulnaz and PACA have given to the community.

Sheffield Trade Unionist Award - Lifetime achievement award 2015 was given to the ex-chair of the organisation an economic migrant who worked in the steel industries and is now deceased given for his campaigning and lobbying for rights for communities in particular BME communities and the support that he has given to young people in developing their skills and improving their lives, some who have become prominent leaders in Sheffield today.

Community Achievement Award 2011 - Presented to Gulnaz Hussain for services rendered in benefit of the Pakistani Community in Sheffield. Presented by Prominent Pakistani Leaders in Sheffield.

Diversity of the Year Award 2011 - Presented by South Yorkshire Police at their community awards event in particular for the work we have done with the new arrivals community and the level of diverse people who benefit from our service.

Children and Young Peoples Award 2010 - Multi-agency support services presented to us by John Mothersole chief Executive and Sheffield City Council Cabinet member for Children's services and lifelong learning and Dr Sonia Sharp Executive director of Children & Young peoples services.




Registration of the Former Legal Services Commission now known as Advice Quality Standards (AQS) - This is the quality mark for organisations who provide advice to the public on social welfare issues. This demonstrates that we are easily accessible, effectively managed, and employ staff with the skills and knowledge to meet the needs of their clients.

Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) - The Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) regulates immigration advisers, ensuring they are fit and competent and act in the best interest of their clients.

MESP - MESP is a big achievement for PACA, Women who have suffered a high level of extreme social isolation and diagnosed mental health. PACA has worked with these women over 2 years and have managed a strong positive group together who are very vocal. We have come to a point where we can confidently invite other organisations to run sessions.  And the women are requesting for further information and activities which is a good sign.

Consanguinity - Unique Projects such as first ever project in Sheffield to look at consanguinity and link strategically and academically on combating child mortality rates in Sheffield, working in partnership Sheffield city council and Sheffield University.



Celebrating diversity amongst Firvale Community Hub staff a true representation of Sheffield's population.

Firvale Community Hub is also the proud sponsor of a local badminton team who are now currently competing in Men's division 5

Firvale Community Hub would like to congratulate Firvale Badminton Club in their successful funding award from Yorkshire Sport. This funding will support 35, 14 – 25 year olds to learn to play badminton and participate in local league matches as they progress. By participating in sport they will develop team skills, social skills and communication skills which will help them when working with others in a team so that they can more easily progress both in education, in work and in their community.

Firvale Community Hub Proud Sponsors of Sheffield Firvale Badminton Club

Firvale Badminton Award Ceremony
Sunday 7th August 2016

Men’s Plastic Badminton League
Celebrated progressing from
Division 5 to Division 4
Division 4 to Division 3

Councillor Talib was in attendance
Councillor Mark Jones
Presented Trophies.

Congratulations and Well Done to all!!!!


Burngreave Community Awards 2017

Firvale Community Hub would like to thank Tomas Tancos for being awarded the Burngreave Community Award.


Marek Pacan

Marek Pacan is 22 years old. He was born in Spisska Nova Ves and grew up in a small village called Bystrany.

At the moment he is living abroad in England and works for an organization called Firvale Community Hub his role is to lead the Sheffield Roma Network with his colleague Tomas Tancos.

He came in Czech Slovakia Got Talent especially to show his passion and love to music. In his own words, he’s a born musician and also he believes that star should not look upon other stars but should be special in their own way.

During his performance he totally engaged the audience. The judges were also impressed, especially Jakub Prachař who immediately declared as Marek’s first fan and ask him to perform the second song on the judges table!

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