With a multitude of fundraising ideas available, such as cake baking, sponsorships, fancy dress, quiz nights, karaoke nights, raffles and auctions, and sports tournaments, get in touch and let us know what you are doing to raise funds for Children in Need!
Phatfish are at the top of the UK Christian Music Scene. With 10 albums under their belt, they have led…
With Halloween festivities and Bonfire night just around the corner, the one thing that probably won’t be on your mind…
Viva Las Vegas is coming to York to support the RSPCA York Animal Home and SNAPPY. On Saturday 5th November B&G Discos, in conjunction with the Hilton Hotel York, are hosting a ‘Vegas at Hilton’ evening to raise funds for the two local charities.
Deliciously vintage and marked to be BIG, the Fashion Show is situated in York’s historic Guildhall
Last year the York Marriott ran a ‘Knit the York Wall’ challenge where the craft inclined of York helped to knit over 4,700 scarves for the fundraising event, raising over £6,000 for the popular charity.
So how are you painting the city (or yourself) pink this October? Let us know.
Valentines Day is still a way off but tickets are now on sale for the Rt Hon Lord Mayor of York’s Charities Appeal Annual Valentine Ball, and if you buy your tickets before 31st December you will qualify for the early bird discount.
Hosted by MOR Music on Fossgate to raise money for various charities, this two-day festival includes a number of events held in various locations across York.
If you’re an avid cycler in the city of York, or even if you just fancy doing something different yet challenging as well as supporting a good cause, Sue Ryder’s ‘Ride with Ryder’ charity event will be ideal.
Professor Norman Maitland, director of the YCR Cancer research Unit at York University, will be giving a talk about his prestigious career on Friday 7th October at the York Sports Club, Clifton Park.
York’s schools and libraries are currently taking part in Children’s Book Week, an annual celebration of reading for pleasure.
The fusion of art, culture and good causes is at the heart of everything we do at One&Other and we thoroughly recommend you get involved in these wonderful events.
NoiseBox, located in the Basement Bar, provides an outlet
for Yorkshire’s underappreciated electronic musicians to perform and showcase
their music to the public.
Organisations such as Oxfam, NGOs, academics and business associations will look to work together to discuss why not only is a new world needed but how it is possible to achieve.
Pocklington Arts Centre hosts a Charity Fashion Show featuring Bunty & Co, My Fayre Lady, Jo Morelle and Lily Occasionwear.