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York Mind’s Christmas Appeal 2020 – Please could you help?

We appreciate that giving might not be something you can do right now. But we also want to give you an opportunity to send a gift, if you are able to and would like to help us. Asking for special donations & gifts is not something we would normally do, at any time of year. We would much rather see you at an event, or invite you to join us […]

todayDecember 3, 2020 27

Charities

L.I.A.M charity

L.I.A.M is a small Ryedale charity based in Terrington. It was set up in 2016 following the tragic death of 19 year Liam Miller, a talented artist and musician. Liam attended Malton School and 6th Form and went on to study at York College. The charity supports underprivileged young people (18 -25) studying Art or Music providing equipment, such as laptops, cameras and funding other course expenses. Holding regular fundraising events one of the most […]

todayOctober 26, 2020 19

Charities

York Neighbours

York Neighbours aims to reduce social isolation and enable independence by supporting people over the age of 65 living within the City of York. We do this in 3 different ways; we help with practical one-off tasks, we provide regular phone calls and (pre covid-19) we organised regular outings. If anyone either would like to register with our service or join our amazing group of volunteers, please visit our website […]

todayOctober 26, 2020 13

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NHS Worker Turns Children’s Author

Antony Stones an advanced clinical practitioner at Haxby Surgery has written 2 children's books to help comfort children who have been affected by lock down and missing out on school due to the pandemic. Antony is currently working on a 3rd book. "I have been writing poetry and spoken word for around three years, and have found this a really effective way of processing and expressing my experience of living […]

todaySeptember 17, 2020 4

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Mental Health Network event, 29 Aug 2020, @1pm (open air event)

Freenation are holding it's first Mental Health Network  (www.freenetion.today)  (https://www.facebook.com/groups/753139285525651/) The event is to support people that are mentally stressed with the New Normal regimes, like mask wearing and social distancing, and offers coping strategies for adults and children. Also on offer is a community support network, helping everyone through these unprecedented times with planned projects like gardening, foraging, mindfulness, off grid living etc. EVENT DETAILS Rowntree Park, York  (open […]

todayAugust 28, 2020 3

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North Yorkshire sewing for Frontline Workers.

People from York, Harrogate and Knaresborough are all coming together to make uniform wash bags for Frontline Workers. The bags are being made from anything from pillowcases to old duvet covers. The idea is that after a shift, frontline workers can remove their uniform at work, put it straight into the bag then close it tight and pop it into their washing machine when they get home to prevent cross […]

todayMay 1, 2020 8

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MySight York continuing service during COVID 19 crisis

Following Government guidelines, MySight York has taken the decision to suspend all face to face services at our Merchantgate premises in order to protect our clients and staff. Although our doors are currently closed, our team are working from home and are still available to offer support, advice and information to people with sight loss, their family and friends. Through our Keeping in Touch project, we have a team of […]

todayApril 18, 2020 3

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