Kathryn and Annie from St Leonards Hospice talk to the YO1 Feelgood Breakfast Crew about fundraising on the 14th December and also the Light Up a Life services which are taking place through December.
Raising money and awareness for Diabetes UK Stefan from SLM Health and Fitness joins the YO1 Feelgood Breakfast Crew for their 4th weigh in for Pounds for Pounds
This is a difficult time to be loosing weight as the festive season starts in earnest and the crew discuss the importance of eating correctly and not skipping breakfast. Although not eating snacks, not having regular healthy meals can make a big difference to loosing weight or not.
Toy Like Me are an community arts based company set up to represent disability in toys. They campaign to try and encourage the big toy companies to represent disabilities in their toys such as dolls with hearing aids.
Samantha Chats to Josh from Joseph Rowntree School in York who is raising funds for a trip to Peru
Ambiente choose a charity each month out of those who request fund raising and they ask their customers to add £1 to their bill to raise the money for the great charities in and around York.
Stefan from SLM Health & Fitness talks to the YO1 Breakfast Crew about their latest weigh in for their pounds for pounds challenge, raising money for Diabetes charity.
6 weeks into the challenge and most are losing weight and a reminder that vesicular fat is an important factor relating to health.
The YO1 Feelgood Breakfast Crew find out about the Ambulance Wish Foundation and how it grants wishes to people who are terminally ill. They usually grant around 5 wishes a day.
The initial Foundation started in 2007 in Rotterdam and is now in the UK and they are currently promoting the charity. The Foundation helps old people as well as terminally ill people from fairly basic wishes to some larger ones. They are looking for people to help either helping people to fulfill their wish or offer services for match peoples wishes, or help to raise money for the charity.
The charity changes the lives of not only the people who are granted their wish but the people who help out also, when they see how much the wish means to people and families.
Jools from Kitchen For Everyone talks to the YO1 Breakfast Crew about the work they are doing in the city of York.