Fundraising

York City Stalwart announces benefit year plans

York City Stalwart announces benefit year plans

Former York City FC defender Daniel Parslow, who was awarded a benefit year by the club at the end of last season, has announced plans for a series of fundraising events over the next 12 months. Parslow, who sits at number ten in the hall of fame of City’s all-time appearance makers, suffered a severe head injury representing the club in February. This has effectively ended his playing career.

Woodmeadow Trust Summer Fundraiser

Woodmeadow Trust Summer Fundraiser

Woodmeadow Trust to hold vital summer fundraiser to boost nature education

This summer the Woodmeadow Trust is launching a campaign to raise the funds it needs to be able to continue delivering its vital outdoor education work, events, and activities at its acclaimed Three Hagges Woodmeadow, just off the A19 between Selby and York.

Aiming to raise £2,000, the fundraiser will run for nine weeks until Saturday 31 August.

Christine Talbot launches car raffle for Martin House

Christine Talbot launches car raffle for Martin House

News presenter Christine Talbot has helped Martin House Hospice Care for Children and Young People launch its annual grand car raffle.

The ITV Calendar host popped into the hospice to take a look at the brand new Citroen C1 which one lucky person will win for just a £1 ticket.

Theatre launches Friends scheme to help raise funds

Theatre launches Friends scheme to help raise funds

The charity that owns and runs Joseph Rowntree Theatre on Haxby Road is fundraising to help finance an ambitious plan to expand and improve facilities as well as make it truly accessible to all.

York’s only Art Deco theatre, the Joseph Rowntree Theatre is a unique listed building and community asset. It was built in 1935 for the benefit of Rowntree’s employees and the citizens of York.