Find out how to secure the right funding for your community group, organisation or charity at Community First Yorkshire’s online Funding Summit on Thursday 30 September 2021.
If your community group, organisation or charity delivers services in North Yorkshire (including community buildings, churches, village halls and parish councils) and you want to gain practical advice on finding the funding you need, then this event is for you. It only costs £5.
Hear straight from the horse’s mouth what funders want from an application and top tips on how to secure a grant.
Local, regional and national funders will be holding seminars including: The National Lottery Community Fund, Two Ridings Community Foundation, Key Fund, Sirius Minerals Foundation, the Henry Smith Charity and many more. Find out about their funds, dos and don’ts for making applications and have your questions answered.
This year, The Ryedale Environment Group will be holding their second ‘Ryedale Environment Week’, starting with an opening zoom talk on Friday 17th September. On Saturday 18th, there will be an Eco Fair at Pickering Memorial Hall, followed by a series of online events throughout the following week. The events are being run in support of The Great Big Green Week, a nationwide initiative for climate change.
All events are free to enter but pre-registration for online events is required. See below or click here to view the schedule and more information about the events on offer.
Saturday 18 September 2021, 10.30 – 15.00 The Byre, Wath Court
The North Yorkshire Music Therapy Centre’s Open Day gives you the chance to get a flavour of the valuable community-based work, that goes on just down the road in Wath, to provide therapeutic support to people of all ages.
You can book for workshops (at 10.30 and 11.30) or just drop in anytime up to 3pm.
In advance of the meeting, please send your question to [email protected] please include your name and address with your question.
To ask a question during the meeting using Twitter, include #NYscrutiny in your tweet.
The meeting on Tuesday 23 February will start at 1.30pm and will focus on:
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service – Defining and managing risk An update on the development of a community risk profile for the county, to help understand the risks facing our communities in order to target activities effectively.
North Yorkshire Police – Stalking An insight into North Yorkshire Police’s approach to dealing with stalking and harassment, to understand the recording, investigation process and hear about the services to support victims and reduce reoffending.
Sent by the Office of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner
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