On this page you can see the latest community news, see the latest charity fundraising and community events around Norfolk and find details of local charities so that you can get involved too.
When we set up NorfolkPlaces in 2011 one of our core principles was to support the fine work within our community where possible. There are so many wonderful organisations with lots of brilliant people working in charitable organisations for the good of our community – for the environment and nature, family health and education and many other good causes.
Other local and national directories/media charging charities for advertising and promotion but that didn’t sit right with us. We simply don’t charge charities and we do as much as we can on our NorfolkPlaces platform to raise awareness of the great work they do; This makes us unique in our industry and is our little way of helping communities and charities across Norfolk. It’s not the first time we’ve shaped and influence the way companies in our industry work, so in this case if other media/directory companies copy our approach it’ll be a great victory for our community.
Latest Norfolk Community & Charity News
Here’s the latest news. See all community news articles here.
- Digging for artefacts helps bring in £2,000 for the nook appeal Those most …Read More »
- Award-winning Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure pledges support to EACH An award-winning Norfolk family …Read More »
- Norwich FarmShare is hosting a Christmas Fair on 13th December at their …Read More »
- Helping Norfolk Charity Break make Christmas special for vulnerable young people and …Read More »
- Staff of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) and families supported by them …Read More »
- Support the nook appeal by visiting Father and Mother Christmas, and making a lantern …Read More »
Charity and fundraising events in Norfolk
Charity fundraising event around the county. Click “view all” for more.
Upcoming EventsView all
Charities in Norfolk
Find details about local charities in Norfolk, and how you can donate or get involved. There’s a selection below and if you click “view all” you can see more.