Not for profit, for Yorkshire.
The Yorkshire Society is a not-for-profit organisation that’s managed by its members and works to support, protect and promote Yorkshire’s economy, history, heritage, beauty and unique culture.
ABOUT THE YORKSHIRE SOCIETY.
The Yorkshire Society is a not-for-profit organisation that’s open to anyone and everyone with a love of Yorkshire. It is now the established champion of ‘God’s own county’ locally, nationally and internationally, working with affiliated organisations around the world to put our ‘nation within a nation’ firmly on the map, and keep it there.
Non-political and charitable by nature, the Society brings the people of Yorkshire and those with an interest in it, together organises events and activities and raises funds to help and support initiatives, individuals, communities and businesses throughout the County.
Under the presidency of Lord St Oswald and with an executive board supported by an advisory council, The Yorkshire Society is now a Private Limited Company, limited by guarantee and registered at Companies House No. 11108399.
THERE ARE VARIOUS WAYS YOU CAN GET INVOLVED.
Corporate membership is open to any business, social enterprise or non-commercial organisation, including charities, with an interest in Yorkshire. Corporate membership fees apply and range from £50 - £350 depending on the number of employees or charitable status.
The Yorkshire Society likes to support its corporate members and works with them to make sure their membership is both beneficial and rewarding through a range of services, events, promotion and networking opportunities.
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