Yorkshire Charities
At the Heart of a Caring Yorkshire

Yorkshire charities would find it very hard to exist if they were to rely on the traditional Yorkshire characteristics of blunt, hard-headedness and shrewd business sense. Fortunately there is a warm, kind-hearted, caring side to the characteristic Yorkshireman (or in this pc world we live in - perhaps that should be Yorkshireperson!).

If ever you want to lend a helping hand, how do you figure out which one of the many organisations seeking donations of your time or money to choose?

Well, this - sort of - directory of Charities will, over time build into a useful resource or showcase to help you decide, based on the experiences of others.

Do you work with a Yorkshire charity? Do you run a "Friends of" organisation - tell us about it here. Get your own Free Web Page on this popular web site. Click here for details

Have you been helped by a Yorkshire Charity?
Has a charity been able to help you out? Was it "the best”? Share your experience with me and your fellow readers and help them decide how best they can donate their time or cash. Tell us where "your" charity is and what it is called. What was special about it? What was the greatest benefit you received? It doesn’t matter if you can’t answer all these questions – they’re only there to help start the creative literary juices flowing! Click here to make a start

Do you help run a Yorkshire charity?
Do you help run a charity in Yorkshire? Are you involved with a "Friends of" organisation? Want a free web page all about your organisation? Tell us about it? What makes it special? Is it the best? Where is it? Where is it near? Does your charity organise special events? Why should someone want to offer their help to your charity? Include a photo (get in touch using the contact form if you'd like to show more than one). Don’t worry if you don’t have answers for all these questions - – they’re only there to help start the creative literary juices flowing! Just fill in the boxes on the form - it's really easy! And I promise there are no catches. This is a great way to get your Yorkshire charity in front of lots of people.
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Tell us about your favourite Yorkshire charity. Where it is? Why is it special. Who benefits from it? What do you do to help? What can others do to help? Use this simple form to build your web page and tell everyone about it...

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