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As we mark the first day of Volunteer Week we take a look at a great volunteering opportunity to make a difference with Two Ridings Community – a local grant giving charity whose goal it is to tackle the issues affecting the most vulnerable people in the locality.
Volunteers are needed for the Poppleton Garden Trail on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30th June to help raise much needed funds for the Poppleton Community Centre.
Women in York are set to don grass skirts, loud shirts and flowers in the name of charity at this year’s St Leonards Hospice Midnight Walk, on June 8th.
City of York Council are inviting bids for ward grants from local voluntary groups to help finance new and exciting ideas for improving the lives of York’s residents.
St Nicholas Fields in Tang Hall will play home to a family-orientated event on Thursday 30th of May, aimed at…
It’s official, festival season is upon us! And the York New Music Festival boasting a plethora of artistic genius needs budding volunteers to help them out.
Volunteer at Race for Life 2013 and help make it happen! The Race for Life event taking place at the Knavesmire on 2nd June urgently need more hands on deck.
York residents are being asked to put their views and comments forward on the first draft of the City’s autism strategy draft – in a bid to make York a friendlier place to those living with the condition.
Love York? Fancy promoting the City and being invited to a range of events throughout the year? Then volunteer with Visit York.
From Registered Nurses to Hairdressers, St. Leonard’s Hospice are looking for a wide-variety of volunteers to help them provide the highest standards of care and services for patients and their families.
City of York Council and the local NHS Trust’s staff are set to go head-to-head to see who can notch up the most miles as they ditch their wheels and take to the pavement during National Walk to Work Week.
The Merchant Adventurers’ Hall is one of York’s Medieval Marvels and are seeking volunteers to help bring this stunning building to life!
Copmanthorpe Carnival’s organisers are looking for an army of volunteers to help them out on the 6th July.
Poverty-tackling charities, voluntary-organisations and not-for-profits are being asked to help City officials source solutions to gaps in the existing City of York Council’s anti-poverty programme.
Make a difference by volunteering with Healthwatch York.
Restore York are set to open their first all-female supported and shared accommodation to help those in York who would otherwise be homeless.