Raise Funds For Us
With all sources of funding under pressure, any fundraising we receive can make a real difference and allow us to continue to support people across Norfolk, Suffolk and neighbouring counties.
Despite being a well-established charity and helping nearly 2,000 people each year we only have a small number of regular fundraisers and supporters. We are, of course, keen to grow this number and will always look for ways that to provide support and recognition in return.
We are especially keen to hear from kind individuals, social and community groups or businesses that would like to raise money themselves for our great charity. The fundraising can take many forms but to give you a few ideas you can see how some supporters helped us in the past.
If you would like to discuss your fundraising idea with us please call our Marketing and Fundraising Manager Chris Elliott on 07825 130003 or email him firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent Examples of Fundraising Events
Norwich based fundraising group 'A Little Help' put on a fantastic ladies group event in the form of a roaring 20's black tie dinner and casino held at The Assembly House in Norwich to raise funds to help support our Young Carers.
Our fantastic long term supporters in Horning held their annual Quiz night in Horning Village Hall in January 2017. The evening rasied £767 which will go towards supporting our work in Norfolk and Suffolk.
North Walsham High School organised a big 'Freeze Over in December 2016. Students and teachers slept outside on the school field in tents to raise money and awareness of the issues of homelessness. Our share of monies raised was a wonderful £1095.87.
If you like baking or eating cakes then get involved in our annual Cake Bake birthday fundraiser in October to help us celebrate our official birthday!
Staff and residents of Winston Court raised a fantastic £73 from their charity car wash.
After a group of Aviva staff volunteered to help out at The Hub, the same team held an office tombola which raised a fantastic £167! This was used to buy some B&Q vouchers in order to continue with The Hub's improvements.