Flight For Youth is our 25th anniversary fundraising campaign, which transformed Holkham Hall’s Walled Garden and The Assembly House in Norwich into a kaleidoscope of butterflies this Summer.
The unique art installations of ceramic butterflies were created in celebration of our 25th year milestone and the campaign has been generously supported by individuals, community groups and businesses across Norfolk and beyond – our thanks to each and every one of them, in particular our headline sponsor, Norwich High School for Girls.
Summer has now passed but Flight for Youth is far from over and there is still plenty of time for you to get involved and buy one of our ceramic butterflies. Whether you would like to purchase one of our glazed butterflies in our charity colours of pink, purple, orange or red, each representing one of our values of hope, opportunity, stability and independence, or buy a plain butterfly to paint yourself, our Flight for Youth fundraising campaign presents the perfect opportunity for you to obtain a special commemorative keepsake or a give a unique gift to somebody special.
So let our butterflies inspire you and help us continue to bring hope, opportunity, stability and independence for the next 25 years to local people who need our support.
Buy your butterfly here, or visit us this Autumn and Winter at one of the many events in Norfolk we are attending.
Flight for Youth this Christmas
Our beautiful Flight for Youth ceramic butterflies are going on the road! We’re delighted to be attending local events and fairs in the lead up to Christmas 2019, so why not visit us at one the below events to buy a unique gift this Christmas?
2nd November: Wymondham Abbey Christmas Gift and Craft Fair
9th November: Norwich High School for Girls Christmas Fair
24th November: Pensthorpe Christmas Market
29th November to 1st December: Burnham Deepdale Christmas Market
14th and 15th December: Holkham Festive Food Fair
The charity’s silver anniversary is a wonderful opportunity to create even more awareness of the work we do in the region, as well as generate much-needed funds. So we have decided to focus the celebrations around a dramatic art installation for the public to enjoy, featuring, of course, our much-loved and well recognised colourful butterfly!