Entries by Maria

Ware & Kaye Solicitors conquer The Major Series!

On Sunday 16th October not only did Ware & Kaye Solicitors conquer The Major Series but also managed to raise £600+ for The Island. The Island staff team want to thank all those at Ware & Kay who supported and competed in to The Major Series. It has been such an encouragement. The Island seeks […]

Island mentee awarded Young Peoples Shine Award 2016

We are incredibly pleased to announce and super proud to say that one of our lovely young people has received an award at the fourth annual Lord Mayor of York’s Shine Awards. The event was hosted by editors of Shine magazine, City of York Council’s magazine, who provided the promotion of activities and opportunities for […]

York Mix’s fantastic article

A great article (found here) sharing about The Island has been put on the York Mix website, with information about what we do and ways people can get involved. Thank you York Mix for the support!

BBC Article about the Soup Project- incl. The Island’s experience

Following our fantastic experience at the York Soup earlier this year, where The Island was awarded £930 from the evening (details here: York Press Article) we are excited to be featured in a BBC article about the Soup Project happening in the country! Check it out here: BBC Soup Project Article Image courtesy of York Soup

Monk Park Farm Summer Outing 2015

This Summer we had a fantastic time on our Summer Outing to visit Monk Park Farm, in North Yorkshire. The children were able to feed a variety of animals. There were lambs, sheep, goats, calves, pigs, donkeys, llamas, alpacas, hens, peacocks, rabbits and guinea pigs. The rabbits and guinea pigs were extremely popular! There were […]

St Crux Fundraiser 8th December 2015

We welcome and encourage you to get involved with this exciting event on Tuesday 8th December, raising awareness and funds to support the work The Island is doing!   What you can do to help! Give up some time on the day to help run a stall/ serve food. Donate some items for the stalls […]