Yoyo is a local charity St. Helen’s Wheldrake supports
York Schools and Youth Trust
Holgate Methodist Church, Acomb Road, York YO24 4AE
YOYO – Working with schools and churches to bring the Christian faith alive
YoYo exists to:
Effectively communicate the Christian faith to children and young people in York schools.
Serve the primary and secondary schools in York by supporting them in their teaching of the Christian faith
Encourage, equip and support churches to work with children and young people from their local schools.
Encourage and help Christians in schools as they live out their faith.
Church Army supported by St . Helen’s Wheldrake
Wilson Carlile Centre,50 Cavendish Street, Sheffield. S3 7RZ
0300 123 2113 www.churcharmy.org
The Church Army activates change and strengthens lives and communities
Their vision is for everyone , everywhere to encounter God’s love and be empowered to transform their communities through faith, shared in words and action. Everything they do is underpinned by their values
Children’s Society supported by St. Helen’s Wheldrake
The Children’s Society is determined to give every child in this country the greatest possible chance in life
The Children’s Society, Margery Street London WC1X 0JL
Its vision and mission is to:
Fight for change
Support disadvantaged children to have better lives
Build a country where children are free from disadvantage
While working in some of England’s poorest neighbourhoods, by the practice of Jesus Christ, who taught that children and the poor are at the heart of the Kingdom of God
Tearfund supported by St. Helen’s Wheldrake
Tearfund work tirelessly yo help communities around the world escape the very worst effects of poverty and disaster
Tearfund works alongside local churches and other locally based organisations to help realise plans for a better future
Tearfund 100 Church Road Teddington, TW11 8QF
020 3906 3906 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tearfund are Christians passionate about ending poverty.
Tearfund follows Jesus where the need is greatest, working through local churches to unlock peoples potential and helping them to discover that the answer to poverty is within themselves. When disaster strikes, they respond quickly. They wont stop until poverty stops
Farming Community Network (FNC) supported by St. Helen supported by St. Helen’s Wheldrake
Helpline: 03000 111 999 www.fnc.org.uk
FNC is a Christian organisation and a registered charity which has been working with the farming community since 1995
FNC seek to provide confidential, non-judgemental support to all those in need of help in the farming community, whether the issue is related to the farm business or the farm household
The faming community network is a voluntary organisation and charity that supports farmers and families within the farming community though difficult times.
FNC have helped thousands of people deal with a variety of issues, including financial difficulties, animal disease, mental health and family disputes. Their volunteers will “walk with” you and help to find a positive way through your problems – for as long as it is needed.
Bible Society supported by St. Helen’s Wheldrake
Stonehill Green Westlea Swindon SN5 7 DG 01793 418222
The Bible Society believe that when people engage with the Bible, Lives can change – for good.
For over 200 years Bible Society has been working to bring the Bible to life; to help people around the world engage with it, relate to it, and make sense of it
That single mission drives a huge range of activities. In some parts of the world, bringing the Bible to life focuses on translation and distribution projects. Elsewhere it focuses on leadership training, or literacy programmes, or interfaith dialogue. In England and Wales, it focuses on advocacy effort, school outreach and devotional resources