If you have requested a fundraising pack from one of the event's partner charities, this should be with you soon. If you have not received your fundraising pack at least 4 weeks before the event, please contact the partner charity you have selected directly.
The Jane Tomlinson Appeal was established by the late Jane Tomlinson CBE. We support a wide range of charities across the North and the Midlands to improve the lives of children and the lives of people who are affected by cancer.
West Norfolk Mind is a specialist mental health charity providing local services to support people, their families, their carers and their employers. We aim to support people to build a meaningful life for themselves and inspire hope for recovery, with or without the continuing presence of mental health problems.
Big C is Norfolk’s Cancer Charity. Since 1980, with the support and fundraising of the local community, we’ve been working to improve the lives of local people affected by cancer. Through our local Support and Information Centres, funding research into cancer, and medical equipment in local hospitals.
We acknowledge that homelessness is something that can happen to anyone and we are committed to developing opportunities to work with our service users to improve their life chances. We believe that everyone has the right to live in a suitable affordable home and should have access to services that support and enable them to live independently.
We value the people we recruit to deliver our services and are committed to enabling and empowering our workforce by developing individual, team and organisational skills.
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices supports families and cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex. Our services include specialist nursing care, short breaks, wellbeing activities, therapies and counselling as well as end of life care.
The Benjamin Foundation is a charity which helps over 2,500 young people, children and families in Norfolk and Suffolk every year by supporting them through the challenges that life brings. Everything we do brings hope, opportunity, stability and independence to the people we support.
“The easy bit is surviving the injury. The hard bit is when you get home.” –Headway client
Brain injury and stroke can happen to anyone at anytime. Headway Norfolk and Waveney supports people, families and carers to regain confidence and overcome challenges, through a range of support services in the community.