Northallerton Soroptimists raised £55 from the recent raffle held in M&Co, Northallerton . The basket of toiletries was won by Pam Bayston The money raised will be going to Friends of Chernobyls Children ,Northallerton Branch, our charity of the year.
SI Northallerton and District held two Zumba Clasess to raise funds for Breast Cancer Awareness month in Bodytalk our local Ladies Gym. As you can see from the picture our members rose to the challenge! At our previous meeting we had a “Pink Night” for the same charity and held a Pink Raffle, sold home made cakes and produce, took part in a Yorkshire Quiz and had a Guess the Baby Competition. We have raised over £200 .
This is the prize in a Raffle we are holding w/c 31st October 2016 in M & Co Northallerton. £1 per ticket. The money raised going to Friends of Chernobyl’s Children.
Northallerton and District Soroptimists are moving. As from 8th September our monthly meetings will be held at Romanby Golf and Country Club, Yafforth Road, Northallerton, DL7 0PE. We would be delighted to welcome new members so please come along and see what we get up to or for more information call Ann Whitewick on 01609 770209 or visit our website www.sigbi.org/northallerton.
This years conference was held at North Ferriby nr Hull with beautiful views of the Humber Bridge.
We are supporting Friends of Mettupalayam Trust Their work has been centred on improving the life circumstances and opportunities for people living in Tamil Nadu. They provide help with education, nutrition, disability, credit unions, health and welfare, farming and support for the elderly. We have to date donated money from our funds and from a a raffle held at our spring lunch to the trust totalling £238. One of our members recently held a Phoenix Cards Party and one of our members, who is also a friend of the trust, had a table of goods from Mettupalayam, she raised £108
Friends Of Chernobyl’s Children Northallerton Group We are having a talk by the charity on 14th July at The Mencap Centre Northallerton. Funds raised at our coffee morning on 27th July at Northallerton Town Hall will also be given to the charity.
Northallerton Soroptimists held their annual Christmas lunch at The Coore Arms, Scruton on December 10th. Fellow Soroptimists in Cockermouth have been badly affected by the recent floods and an impromptu collection for the Cumbria Community Foundation made by Northallerton Soroptimists and members of Northallerton Ramblers, who were lunching at the same time, raised £178. Pictured are Sian Goodwin, President Soroptimist International Northallerton and Alan Harper, Chairman Northallerton Ramblers
This is our entry for the 2015 Christmas Tree Festival at St Helen’s Church Ainderby Steeple
A staggering 1 in 3 women world- wide have experienced physical or sexual violence. In recognition of this fact, the United Nations Secretary General launched a campaign to raise public awareness and to try to bring about change, running from 25th November to 10th December. Orange was chosen by the UN as the international colour to symbolise a brighter future without violence. As part of this campaign, SI Northallerton joined forces with a York based non- profit making organisation, IDAS (Independent Domestic Abuse Services) to raise awareness on a local level. Together, we mounted an orange display in our local Community Volunteer Services Shop window with publicity material highlighting our organisations and importantly, the help we can offer. The display ran for the length of the campaign.