Quakers

Meeting for worship at Menwith Hill

Saturday, February 7, 2015

2.00-3.00 pm main entrance

Meeting for worship at Fylingdales

Saturday, September 5, 2015

12.00-1.00pm main approach road

Meeting for worship at Fylingdales

Saturday, July 4, 2015

12.00-1.00pm main approach road

Meeting for worship at Fylingdales

Saturday, May 2, 2015

12.00-1.00pm main approach road

Meeting for worship at Fylingdales

Saturday, March 7, 2015

12.00-1.00pm main approach road

Meeting for worship at Fylingdales

Friday, January 2, 2015

12.00-1.00pm main approach road

Quaker Action on Alcohol and Drugs

works in accordance with Quaker principles to address the widespread use and misuse of alcohol, prescribed and illegal drugs, and gambling.
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Quaker Arts Network

an informal group of Quakers with interest in the arts (broadly defined), run on a voluntary basis. All those in sympathy with their aims are welcome to join the network.
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Quaker Service Memorial Trust

A memorial to commemorate the work of the Friends Ambulance Unit and the Friends Relief Service has been built at the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire. The Trust works collaboratively both with the Education Co-ordinator at the National Memorial Arboretum, and the University of Manchester, Humanitarian Conflict Response Institute to provide educational materials. The Trust has an exhibition about the FAU & FRS which is available for hire.

Supporting us financially

Most of our funding comes from Quaker Area Meetings with an additional amount coming from charitable trusts and from supporting individuals and groups. A letter from our Treasurer to Area Meetings, regarding financial contributions for 2019, is here

All financial contributions – however great or small – make a real difference to our ability to continue providing such services as this web site and those activities described elsewhere. See our Annual Reports for information.

  • One-off donations are always welcome – You can do this online via our MyDonate page – click on the button below. Or you can Download a form from the link at the bottom of this page – and remember to complete the Gift Aid section if that is appropriate.
  • A Standing Order can mean a regular flow of income for us and make things easier for you. This is even more effective when combined with a Gift Aid contribution. This can be set up online via our MyDonate page – click on the button below – or Download a form

  • BACS payments If you bank online you can make donations into our account at: Account Number: 50140004 Sort Code: 08-90-86. Please put your or your Meeting’s name as a reference. It is also helpful if you can email us on [email protected] to confirm that you have made a donation this way. If you would like Gift Aid to be added to your online donation, please complete and send the relevant part of this form
  • Give As You Earn – payroll giving via Charities Aid Foundation – a flexible tax-effective way to get money to charity
  • Might you think of leaving a legacy? Download a leafelt from the link at the bottom of this page The work of peace is a long term responsibility, and this is a way of ensuring that it can continue after your death.
    (For advice on this visit Britain Yearly Meeting guidance notes on making your will.)
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