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Minster FM Action is the place for your community based appeals.

If you need help from others, this is the place to ask for it. Whether you've lost a pet, need help with a community club or event, are raising money for charity, or anything non-profit making, you can post your appeal here. All messages posted will appear on this page, and may be broadcast on air too.

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Lost Pets

31st Jan 2018, Mixed abilities taster day, 57 Marston Road, Tockwith, YORK, YO267PR
York Indoor Bowls Club

We are holding a mixed ability Taster day on Wednesday 31st of January when both Disability Bowls England and Mixed Ability Sports will be represented on the day
Our aim is to get disabled people playing sports on the same level as able bodied people we are also looking to get older people and juniors involved as well in fact any person between 9 & 90 +
Could you please help us to contact different groups in YORK such as altzimers deaf dementia mencap scope ms homeless or any groups of people that may find themselves unable or have disabilities that restricts them from joining in with the able bodied
At the moment we are doing boccia on a Wednesday from 1pm we have coaches available to cope with the extension of activities
The Bowls Club have welcomed us, plus helping us by giving us the extra space, providing the equipment and volunteers of which is more than we could expect
We would be very grateful if YOU could help us to carry the above forward-contact the Club Manager On 01904704180 or Ray/GIll

Thank you

Ray & GIll Clark (organisers)
Contact Ray Clark on 01423 358939 Contact by email
30th Dec 2017, Missing Canary, Selby Common
Please help me! I have lost my beloved canary called Patch.. He is six months old. Lost at Selby common. If you spot him, try and throw water over him then get him inside and keep him warm. Thanks
Contact Becky Norville on 07775619514 Contact by email
19th Jan 2017, Missing cat, 59 seventh avenue, York
Our beloved cat Teddy is missing from seventh avenue heworth area of York. He is a small male, grey with white chest and feet. Not neutered but is microchipped. Last seen Thursday 19th Jan. Totally not in his nature to venture out of the garden. He's quite and anxious and timid cat and won't approach strangers but We're desperate for information on his whereabouts.
Contact Michaela Rooke on 07713343948 Contact by email
25th Sep 2016, Missing cat, 3 wenlock drive, Escrick, York
Peanut, our 2 year old cat is missing. He is neutered and microchipped and lost from Escrick. He is a grey tabby and very friendly. Please help us find him.
Contact Nicola kennedy on 01904 720899 Contact by email
1st Sep 2016, missing dog, 53 the leyes, Osbaldwick
Lhasa apso dog, white male with peach ears and patch on back. Answers to Ringo. Very friendly. Last seen near sainsbury 's in osbaldwick at around 8pm Thursday evening. Please call me with any information, as he's much loved & missed.
Contact jacqueline borrows on 07447427204 Contact by email
31st Jul 2016, Missing Cat, 4 Stone Court, Dalton Terrace
Our cat, Wrex has been missing since July 31st. He is black with white paws, tummy, neck and a very small white top lip that looks like half a moustache. He's an indoor cat and microchipped. We believe he may have found someone to feed him around the Holgate Road area, possibly a house or garden off the train tracks along tadcaster road, hob moor or surrounding areas. Please keep an eye out and get in touch.
Contact Laura Williams on 07743692617 Contact by email

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Found Pets

1st Jan 2018, Cat Found, Oak Tree Cottage, Escrick, York
I have been feeding a stray Black cat with white markings living between Escrick and Stillingfleet. Female, very friendly but wary of unknown. It has been around here since about Sept/Oct.
Contact K Lloyd-Bradford on 07592048381 Contact by email

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Charity/Organisation Appeals

7th Jan 2018, National Service, 77 Oakland Avenue, Heworth, York
The Tang Hall Local History Group are preparing a Roll of Honour to record the men of York and district who were killed whilst on National Service. If you had a friend or relative who was killed and would like their name recording please contact Ralph Peacock on 01904 421656
Contact Ralph Peacock on 01904 421656 Contact by email
20th Nov 2017, The Ambulance Wish Foundations first Ambulance has arrived, 36 Viking Road, York, YO26 5EZ
The Ambulance Wish Foundation`s first ambulance is now here in York, thanks to the amazing fundraising and support from local residents and businesses.
It makes us proud to be able to support and grant final wishes to non-mobile terminally ill people. To help them complete what would be unachievable without the support of the Ambulance Wish Foundation,in the final months or weeks of their life. We are one of a kind charity in the UK, that is run purely by volunteers.
If you know anyone who would like us to help them or their family on a final wish please complete the form at www.ambulancewishfoundation.org.uk
We have submitted a project in the Aviva Community Fund for £10,000, this will help keep the ambulance on the road for a year, please can you vote and share, voting closes on 21st November at 12pm. https://www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk/voting/project/view/17-4402
We are also looking or businesses to sponsor the foundation, if you can help or for more information please email ambulancewishfoundation@gmail.com
Here is an article confirming why the foundation is so important http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/when-they-die-terminally-ill-nurses-palliative-care-macmillan-bbc-video-a8049426.html
Contact serina Doran on 07969043300 Contact by email
13th Nov 2017, Romanian Rescue Appeal - Urgent Winter Appeal, 31 Fairfax Street, York, YO1 6EB
Romanian Rescue Appeal is a UK-based registered charity, which is run by Lindsey Church (Founder), two trustees and a team of experienced rescuers and volunteers. To date we run three safe shelters in Romania and have so far rescued over 1400 dogs. As a small charity, we rely solely on the kindness and generosity of people like you, to enable us to carry on rescuing and caring for the dogs who are desperately in need of food, water, shelter, veterinary care, transport to the UK and sometimes therapy.

Anything you are able to offer is very much appreciated and rest assured that every penny goes to rescuing and caring for dogs. With the harsh Romanian winter approaching, please consider making a donation to help shelter these helpless animals until they can find forever homes here in the UK: http://romanianrescueappeal.uk/donations/donate/
Contact Tiffany Snowden on 07719100623 Contact by email
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Contact Olivia Richard on 01213496896 Contact by email
5th Jun 2017, The York ME Community - Everest, 19 Cherry Wood Crescent, Fulford
Everest Base Camp Reached For ME Awareness !
By Bill Clayton of The York ME Community.

After a pretty tough time, the guys have made it to Everest Base Camp for The York ME Community and all with ME. The aim of taking the flag was to highlight the needs of the 250,000 people in the Uk with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). This is an illness affecting the nervous system and is suffered by approximately 800 people in the York area alone, 200 being severe, meaning house or bed bound.

If you would like to learn more, or know of someone need of support, please visit www.York-ME-Community.org.

For more information:

Twitter: @YorkMEAwareness
Facebook: The York ME Community
Contact Bill Clayton on 07796213924 Contact by email
2nd Jun 2017, Hospice Shop Volunteers needed, Saint Catherine's Hospice Shop, 11-13 Wheelgate, Malton, YO17 7HT
Penny Campbell has taken up the role of the Malton Hospice Shop Manager and would be delighted to meet potential volunteers in this thriving shop. Penny will be in the week of June 5th (national volunteer week) so if you have 3 hours to spare do pop into the shop and meet her and the team. The shops are a vital part of the £6million fundraising needed to provide the Hospice care for local people and your support would be fabulous. Alternatively you can email your interest to penny.campbell@saintcatherines.org.uk
Many thanks.
Contact Penny Campbell on 01653 229071 Contact by email
12th Apr 2017, Reasons to donate to our charity, London UK
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Contact Steve Smith on 02081443040 Contact by email
3rd Mar 2017, Volunteer fosterers wanted, York Animal Home, Landing Lane, York, YO26 4RH
We are looking for foster carers for dogs, cats, puppies and kittens.

A lot of the animals in our care have been rescued from cruelty, neglect and suffering. Sometimes we have to spend weeks, sometimes months rehabilitating them and preparing them for a new life and loving new home. Some of the animals we look after find it very difficult to cope in an animal centre environment which is why fosterers are invaluable to us
Volunteer fosterers provide a vital resource to us as they can offer our animals a calm and loving environment during their rehabilitation and help to improve their chance of finding a permanent new home. Knowledge of animal care and previous experience is desirable but full support will be given during the fostering process. Placements can last from a few days to several months.
We cover all veterinary costs and expenses such as food, bedding etc. can be claimed.
If you'd like to speak with an existing fosterer to find out how rewarding fostering can be or would like to learn more please get in touch with us.
Contact Nic Willis on 07817 344139 Contact by email
26th Jan 2017, Singing club members wanted, 16 Lockton Court, Church Fenton, LS24 9UT
The New Generation Singing Club is a well established group seeking enthusiastic new members.
- Learn to sing and perform with confidence
- Make new friends and share our passion for singing
- But most of all HAVE FUN!
- Open to young people between 10 and 18
- We meet each Thursday during term time, from 6.45 to 8.30 at Foxwood Community Centre
-£35 per term
For more information contact Justine Incoll by email: justine.incoll@btopenworld.co.uk
Contact Justine Incoll on 07969386997 Contact by email
7th Jan 2017, 4 week volunteering challenge, 12 Barkston Grove
2nd Acomb Scout Group are looking for adult volunteers to join our team of leaders. We have sections for young people aged 6 to 14 yrs, with many roles working with the young people or behind the scenes. Whether you can give an hour a month or a week we will have a role to suit you.
Not sure if scouting is for you, why not try our 4 week challenge?
You could find us on Facebook to see more about what we do.

If you decide to join our leader team full training is provided.
For more information please contact Nick
Contact Nick Lincoln on 07882237352 Contact by email
13th Dec 2016, Homelessness appeal, 12 almond grove, New earswick, York yo32 4ay
Hi, I'm wanting to do something for homeless people before chistmas next week. I'm not sure if I'm in the right place here but would just like to let everyone know!
Contact Shona gowen on 07703366238 Contact by email
11th Nov 2016, Volunteers neede to help at Copmanthorpe Youth Club, 6 Paddock Close, Copmanthorpe, York, YO23 3RX
Copmanthorpe Youth Club will reopen in January 2017 after a short closure due to lack of youth leaders. We need enthusiastic and energetic volunteers to help with activities, running the tuck shop and general supervision. The club is open every Wednesday from 7.15-8.45pm, with half an hour before and half an hour after for setting up and clearing away. The young people are aged from 12-14 years in general.
Contact Jean Auton on 01904 701174 Contact by email
7th Nov 2016, NightSafe project funding!, Student Castle, 80 Walmgate, York, YO1 9TL
We are YUSU's NightSafe - a project at the University of York made up of volunteers who are trained in providing immediate support and signposting for all students (and the general public) on each University club night (Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday). We've only been running for a few years, but are passionate about keeping everyone safe on nights out, especially after unfortunate events in the recent past. You might have seen us out, we work in teams of three in orange hi-vis jackets and backpacks, carrying First-Aid, flip flops, water and foil jackets, among other items. We also work with the NYPD, the CCTV control room in York and venue security staff, so that the demand on the police or the ambulance service is reduced. We are trained in First Aid and sessions with various local companies and charities on topics such as Homelessness, Drug & Alcohol awareness, Domestic Violence, and River Safety. We do get a lot of interest off students who hope to join our team, but recent cuts in funding means that training the new volunteers may have to be revised in order to fit with our budget for equipment. Unfortunately, 2017 onward will be a step-back for us as the majority of our funding will be slashed, so we have come to Minster FM for help! We have opened a Just Giving page (www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/nightsafe) in the hope that any donations will make up for our upcoming losses. We really don’t want to have to compromise on the welfare of students on a night out, the demand of public services, and also the safety of our future volunteers. We pride ourselves on the thought that the University of York was ranked the safest university in the country and would be grateful for any donation, big or small. As mentioned, any money raised will be put towards training new volunteers, equipment and, hopefully, a defibrillator that our teams can carry on shift which can be put into action whilst waiting for the emergency services. If you’re interested in finding out more about what we do, feel free to Email us (nightsafe@yusu.org) or find us on Facebook (facebook.com/yusunightsafe), Twitter (@Yusu_NightSafe) or Instagram (Yusu_NightSafe). Thank you for your time!
Contact Helena Mills on 07954488691 Contact by email
2nd Nov 2016, The campaign to bring a 'dying wish' ambulance to York, 36, viking road, York, YO26 5EZ
I am campaigning to raise money to open a branch of The Ambulance Wish Foundation in York in the hope to have branches up and down the UK,there a number of reasons why I wanted to do this.
Please can you support me in doing this, I need thousands of votes to be in with a chance for the Aviva Community Fund or donations from the public towards the cost of our first ambulance.
In July 2014 we lost my father in law, he spent the last weeks of his life in St Leonards Hospice (York), it was heart breaking thinking he would never leave there.
It would have been amazing to have got him out for one last time but unfortunately this is not something that the hospice can offer, this is the case for most adult & children`s hospices.
Since then I have seen people in the same situation with families desperate to do whatever they can to make the last weeks, days of their loved ones life’s as special and meaningful as possible.

Whilst I was looking for a charity that granted a final wish for my mum who is terminally ill. I found one that offered a weekend break in London, with train, hotel and an afternoon tea.
Whilst this was an amazing gift, I had to think logistically about her getting there, although she can walk for short distances and has a wheelchair this still made it very difficult.
I came across this charity and read all the amazing stories about the wishes that had been granted and knew this is something so many people could benefit from.
The Ambulance Wish Foundation's mission is to give every terminal patient who can't be transported other than on a stretcher the attention they deserve, so that a patient does not have to die without their final wishes not being realised. Perhaps fulfilling their final wish brings the patient and their families’ comfort in their last few days.
To be able to do this we need to raise £100,000 to purchase and run our first ambulance for the first year, there is a branch in Bury and they are well on their way to purchasing their first ambulance, thanks to the support of the local community and sheer determination.
With your help we can be soon be doing the same and be granting wishes in and around York, please vote for us via the Aviva community fundhttps://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/voting/project/view/16-1171
to help make a huge difference!

I have applied for funding through the Aviva Community fund, which will make a huge dent in the money needed to purchase the first Ambulance. I am hoping to work closely with the local Hospices in the first instance to grant wishes from there and my goal is to have a fleet of Ambulances so we can grant more wishes in around Yorkshire, in the hope to have a branch in all major cities.
If you would like to make a donation please visit www.virginmoneygiving.com/fund/AWFUK-YORK

Many Thanks
Serina Doran
The Ambulance Wish Foundation
Contact Serina Doran on 07969043300 Contact by email
25th Sep 2016, Soot and Colours Charity Book, 10 Thompson Close, Osgodby, Selby, North Yorks, YO8 5ZX
Spirit of Christmas is a charity that runs socially inclusive family Christmas parties at which around a third of financially disadvantaged families gain free entry. Three parties are held each year, two in Selby and one in Carcroft and we cater for around 900 people in total of which 420 are children.

It costs around £2000 annually to run the parties and as a charity we do fundraising events throughout the year.

This years main fundraiser has been the publication of a beautifully illustrated 30 page paperback book titled “Soot and Colours”, which introduces the reader to two of Santa’s elf’s (who incidentally come along to lead children’s entertainment at our parties). It's a great read for any child from about 1-7 years and a fun read for anybody who loves Christmas the way we do at Spirit of Christmas. All profits from book sales will go to the charity.

Our charity would love readers to support us in selling our books and this can be done in the following ways:-
• Purchasing a copy of book for you own child or friend and relations children
• Sharing details of book with friends on social media
• Putting up a poster at your workplace
• Selling copies of the book on our behalf
• Helping us in organising a book signing event which may be beneficial all involved
• Sponsoring a child receiving a copy of book at our parties by donating £5 direct to Spirit of Christmas

The books are available for purchase directly from Spirit of Christmas at £5 per copy for those local to the Selby and surrounding area (currently on sale at Selby AVS and Selby Superbowl)

For more information please email admin@spiritofchristmas.org.uk or message on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/158141036023/
Contact Ronald Munro on 01757709310 Contact by email
13th May 2016, Fundraising for charit Cry in the Dark - micro gap, 112 Strensall Road, Earswick, York, YO32 9SJ
My daughter and her friend will be giving up their summer this year to volunteer to work in Romania for this fantastic, inspirational charity. Having visited the charity last year with school both girls were inspired by the work carried out there. This work includes, community project work and working in their hospice and residential centres. The charity asks for each volunteer to raise £2k each and the girls have been busy fundraising to to reach this. I have now been roped in and will be walking from Scarborough (Railway Station) to York (Queen Elizabeth Barracks) 38 miles in 10 hours on 27 May. I hope you will support me in my endeavour, either en route or via my just giving page.
All donations, great or small will be gratefully received.
Contact Barry Wilkinson on 07957184141 Contact by email
4th May 2016, Urgent Donation Appeal, 3,New Lane, Selby, YO84QB
Urgent donation appeal for RSPCA Selby Charity shop-clothing-women,men and children's ,accessories.e.t.c.including small items of furniture. Free local pick up service. Phone 01757 707100 for more info. Many thanks.
Contact RSPCA Selby charity shop on 01757707100 Contact by email

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Lost Property

1st Jan 2018, Mobile Phone, Black Reading Glasses and Lipstick Lost, 5 Garths End, Fulford, York
In the early hours of Monday 1 Jan 2018 I lost my Samsung Galaxy Core Prime phone, black reading glasses with case and lipstick which were either left in a taxi taken from St Saviourgate, York or dropped in the street. I have family photos and contacts on the phone that I would love to have back. I would really appreciate anyone getting in touch if they find these items. Thank you.
Contact Sue Rich on 01904 626485 Contact by email

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Found Property

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