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YUMI brings people and Cultures Together

York Unifying Multicultural Initiatives - is a voluntary, intercultural network.  We provide opportunities for people who have come to live in York to meet with the local community, make friends, develop confidence and feel valued members of York community.  We’re open to everyone so that means YOU!! We support people with different cultural roots, languages and walks of life to share skills, learn from each other, celebrate traditions.


    YUMI York - Volunteer

    Head down to Fossgate today to see YUMI York Unifying Multicultural Initiative, they will be offering samples of Indian street food, as well as spice mixes and Middle Eastern Za’atar. You'll also be able to find out more about what they do and volunteering in the garden. #yumiyork #charity #volunteering #york

    Posted by York Food and Drink Festival on Saturday, 29 September 2018

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It’s National Gardening Week so a good time to discover this plant delivery service. Whether you’ve got a window box or a tiny back yard - nurturing plants is a great way to focus the mind and keep active. ... See MoreSee Less

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These short workouts from Move the Masses are a great way to get moving and smiling!Today one of our Trustees challenged me to to do a workout with a knife and fork! So that is what we are doing. See you at 1pm for 10 minutes of movement, knives and forks at the ready. ... See MoreSee Less

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At home should not mean at risk.

The Home Office has launched a campaign to reach out to those suffering domestic abuse during this period of lockdown, to let them know that #YouAreNotAlone

They are asking for the public's help to spread the message by taking a picture of a heart drawn onto the palm of your hand and sharing it across your social media network, along with the hashtag #YouAreNotAlone and links to sources of support.

A list of online and telephone support services is currently available on our website www.northyorkshire.police.uk/DAsupport - but to make it easier to share, here are some links to other sources of support and help;

www.IDAS.org.uk - Independent Domestic Abuse Services - 03000 110 110

www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk - National Domestic Abuse Helpline - helpline open 24/7 - 0808 2000 247

www.womensaid.org.uk - Women's Aid

www.supportingvictims.org - Supporting Victims in North Yorkshire

www.mensadviceline.org.uk - Men's Advice Line

www.galop.org.uk - Galop

www.gov.uk/domestic-abuse - List of services and advice

If you are in danger and at risk of harm call 999 and we will be there to help you.

#YouAreNotAlone
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There's been some comments about how to get help if you are vulnerable shielded or at risk or isolated at home. Please call customer services on 01904 551550 or email Covid19help@york.gov.uk ... See MoreSee Less

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York Disability Week 28th November - 4th December 2020 programme online at http://yorkdisabilityweek.org and on Facebook at http://facebook.com/YorkDisabilityWeek #IDDP2020 #IDPD2020 @UN_Enable #IDDP #IDPD #York

You will find more and more of these popping up over the next few days #YorkLightUpLockdown @YorkCVS @healthwatchyork Find out more on Monday!

As part of @YorkDisability, Helen from our Steering Group, will be talking to Ellen Clifford, author of the incredible book, The War On Disabled People. Book your ticket now to join them on 2nd December
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We want an Intercultural York,
a city where people from different cultures and countries feel valued members of society, embracing diversity, celebrating differences. Developing relationships beyond national identities and cultures,
we’re shaping it together.

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International Community Garden


Join us at our International Community Garden to grow, cook, share and celebrate food from around the world.  The allotment at Fulford Cross is open from March to November. It’s open to everyone, so just get in touch (contact@yumiyork.org) to know when we’re there and what's currently going on in the garden.

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Learning Opportunities


Sharing and learning is the heart of what we do at YUMI.
Check the Learning Opportunities page to see what's on and contact us if you to sign up or if you want to propose a course or new training. Languages, arts, crafts, professional skills, English culture, personal development trainings... tell us what you need.

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Intercultural Events


Social gatherings, trips, creative writing, festivals, open days, , talks, family activities, movie nights, arts, coffee mornings and crafts sessions... These are just some of YUMI's intercultural events. Make friends, get to know new people, have fun and enjoy yourself!! For a list of upcoming events, check out this page.

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