Norfolk Property Network raised valuable fund for children’s hospice
The Norfolk Property Network (NPN) has shown it’s support for a local children’s hospice charity by raising valuable funds at their Christmas event.
The independent property group, designed to bring the local property community together, raised an impressive £1375 in aid of East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH). The money was raised at their black tie Christmas event through a charity auction with a variety of prizes donated from local businesses including Slaters menswear and Oaklands Hotel.
Dan Trivedi, founder of the Norfolk Property Network, said: "The NPN is a great opportunity to have everyone involved in property or looking to start investing in property in one room. We don't charge for people to attend our events, but with such a great network of individuals we thought it right to try and raise money for a local charity like EACH.
“With the support of local business we were able to hold a charity auction at our first black tie Christmas event held at Oaklands Hotel in December. From a small crowd of just 47 we raised £1,375. I hope we will be able to double that amount next year."
NPN is an independent non-profit group set up to create a relaxed and friendly environment for people to meet and share ideas. From beginners to experienced investors, everyone is welcome to attend their free bi-monthly networking events, hosted by the groups founder Dan Trivedi.
James Bacon, EACH Norfolk Corporate Fundraiser, said: “We’d like to say a big thank you to the Norfolk Property Network for supporting us through their recent fundraising. The money raised will make a huge difference providing care to local children and young people with life-threatening conditions and support to their families; many of whom are going through an unimaginably difficult time in their lives.
“Without the continued support from local organisations like the Norfolk Property Network, EACH would not be able to continue provide these vital services across Norfolk.”