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Together, Norfolk shines brighter: Giving something back this Norfolk Day
In every neighbourhood across Norfolk small charities and voluntary groups are working tirelessly to support their communities. Supporting mental health services, alleviating loneliness, preventing youth crime, helping vulnerable families – these are some of the key issues that need to be tackled. These diverse organisations, set up by people who care, are the backbone of local communities. They work hard to respond to need as it emerges, providing a safe place and a lifeline to some of the most vulnerable in Norfolk.
People are being encouraged to use Norfolk Day on 27th July to give something back to support these people and organisations making Norfolk great. By becoming a Friend of Norfolk and committing to a regular contribution that suits their circumstances, they will ensure that these small local charities continue to thrive and help more people, changing the world on their doorstep.
Friends of Norfolk will be regularly updated about the ways they are making a difference, and will be invited to events to hear about the amazing work they are helping bring about to transform local lives.
Become a Friend of Norfolk to celebrate this Norfolk Day by contacting Norfolk Community Foundation on 01603 623958 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Norfolk Community Foundation is a registered charity dedicated to building stronger communities and improving the lives of people in Norfolk. The charity connects people who care with local causes that matter, helping ordinary people do extraordinary things that make local communities thrive and improve the lives of people who live there. Further information about becoming a Friend of Norfolk is available from Norfolk Community Foundation’s website at https://www.norfolkfoundation.com/giving-philanthropy/collective-giving-networks/friends-of-norfolk/