See how we have made a difference…

Age Partnership Charitable Foundation are delighted to share our news of the grants we have awarded to some incredibly worthy recipients. We really can make a difference in Yorkshire, and support these important charities, community projects and good causes.

As you can see when reading the stories below, absolutely every penny counts, so if you would like to get involved in fundraising for us you can do so via Virgin Money Giving, or simply donate using the link at the top of the page. For more Fundraising information, please visit our Fundraising News page.

If you would like to apply for a grant, please click the link opposite to take you to our Apply for Funding page, we really would love to hear from you.

Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust

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The Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust is a small charity doing big things to support the people, landscape and wildlife of the Yorkshire Dales and surrounding areas. Over the last 20 years, the charity has delivered projects to the region worth over £30 million, covering areas such as education and outreach programmes, restoring woodlands and wildlife habitats and conserving heritage sites.

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Leeds Area Riding for the Disabled, East Keswick

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In December Age Partnership Charitable Foundation donated £1000 to the Leeds Area Riding for the Disabled Group. The charity situated in the North of Leeds, provide riding therapy for 21 disabled children and 6 adults each weekend. The charity has five ponies in total to ride at the weekend.

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£900 donated to cover the cost of one pulse oximeter

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Currently supporting over 600 families, Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice provides superb nursing care, days out, respite care, therapy and counselling, both at Russell House, its fantastic hospice building in Huddersfield and via its hospice at home service in the comfort and convenience of their homes.

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