Sight Support Ryedale is almost entirely funded by voluntary contributions made in a number of different ways: 
* Donations 
* Grant-making trusts 
* Joint events with other Ryedale charities 
* Local business sponsors 
* Collections 
* Internet fundraising 


Under the Gift Aid scheme, charities can reclaim an extra 25% in tax on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer. Please contact us to find out more when you make a donation. 


Would you like to get involved with, or organise a fundraising event for Sight Support Ryedale? Please get in touch with us - we'd love to hear from you. 


A big 'thank you' to the many trusts, charities and local businesses that are currently assisting us, and to the many that have helped us in the past. Support and sponsorship, large or small, makes a real difference to the range of services and support that we can provide. 
Support has been received from: 
Morrisons Foundation 
Jack Brunton Trust 
Alan Smith Legacy 
Co-Op Community Fund 
Wilfred Jackson Trust 
Boshier Hinton Foundation 
Earl of Fitzwilliam Charitable Trust 
Ryedale District Council 
North Yorkshire County Council 
Malton, Norton & District Lions 
Ryedale Lions 
People's Health Trust 
Yorkshire Building Society Trust 
Sylvia and Colin Shepherd Charitable Trust 


Sight Support Ryedale 
Sight Support Ryedale works with blind and partially-sighted people, helping them meet the challenges of sight loss. 
Ryedale Carers Support 
Ryedale Carers Support provides practical help for adults through a sitting service and support groups for carers, and a returning home from hospital service. 
Next Steps 
Next Steps supports people with mental health problems, running a community cafe in Norton, and various activities. 
Ryedale Community Transport 
Ryedale Community Transport is a charity providing transport solutions for those residents who do not have private transport or are unable to access public transport. 
Acorn Community Care 
Acorn Community Care provides sheltered employment, work skills, training opportunities and life skills for adults with a learning disability. 
Helmsley Walled Garden 
Helmsley Walled Garden is a restored historic 5 acre garden open to the public, and providing horticultural therapy. 
Ryedale Special Families 
Ryedale Special Families supports the families and carers of children and young people with disabilities, illness and/or additional needs. 
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