The council has announced a £100,000 city-wide fund to support projects aimed at improving the health, fulfillment, and prosperity of York’s communities in need. Organisations across the city can apply for a maximum of £10,000 from the fund, which is part of the council’s commitment to addressing inequalities in the city. The fund can be used for various purposes, including promoting better health, wellbeing, and equalities, supporting people through the cost-of-living crisis, and addressing the climate emergency. More information and application details can be found at www.york.gov.uk/wardbudgetcitywidefund.
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