Every journey begins with just one step and these are the first three. FOYH has funded artwork for the NHS in the Community Stadium. They bring the outside inside with relaxing folds of Vale and Wold. There’s “Moor” to come.
The Friends of York Hospitals and York & Scarborough Teaching Hospital NHS Trust are proud to engage with young people to provide an opportunity to gain an understanding of the role of medical staff within the NHS.
This walking quiz has been developed for the Friends of York Hospitals as a means of raising funds to enable our good work to continue. You can set your own pace, stop at any time for a break or shopping and pick it up again when it suits you.
Rachel Martin, and Hussein Syed, set themselves individual challenges to raise funds for FOYH, setting up fundraising webpages to receive online donations.
Their efforts raised £1116.
The Christmas Raffle in 2021 raised a massive £1323 for our funds. Many prizes were kindly donated by local businesses and supporters.
We have benefited by £800 from a village conservation initiative run by Mel & Stephanie Neale. They involved the villagers of Kelfield buying and scattering wild- flower seeds.
We benefited from an innovative way to raise funds during lockdown. Tom & Max Bell offered a curry delivery service to residents in the village of Kelfield, raising funds for a number of charities including us.
York cafés Rae and Webb and Partisan supported our #brew4friends fundraising initiative which involved giving small weekly donations to FOYH.
We funded £40K for Visual Field Equipment for the Eye Service at York Community Stadium. This includes a visual field analyser, focimeters and tonometers.