Walking4Norfolk

http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fund/walking4norfolk

Total raised

£66,538.00
from a target of £60,000.00

Total raised (+ Gift Aid)

£74,320.25

Offline total

£31,744.00

Walking4Norfolk: Celebrating and supporting unpaid carers
Set up in 2018, Walking4Norfolk was inspired by the 100,000 unpaid carers in Norfolk who provide unpaid support to ill, older or disabled family members, friends or partners. These unsung heroes are thought to save local authority and NHS services an enormous sum, but they face a variety of challenges and can become isolated, with a lack of support. 
To celebrate these carers, former High Sherriff of Norfolk James Bagge decided to walk from his home in Stradsett to Santiago de Compostela (LINK TO SANTIAGO PAGE). The walk raised £70,000 which has been distributed by Norfolk Community Foundation to help change carers’ lives (LINK TO https://www.norfolkfoundation.com/news-events/making-a-difference-to-the-lives-of-carers-in-norfolk/ )
Walking4Norfolk has now evolved to become a wider movement raising awareness and funds to support these amazing people in their invaluable, and often unrecognised and challenging, roles. 
Get involved today and lend your support to these local carers!

Walking4Norfolk: Celebrating and supporting unpaid carers

Set up in 2018, Walking4Norfolk was inspired by the 100,000 unpaid carers in Norfolk who provide unpaid support to ill, older or disabled family members, friends or partners. These unsung heroes are thought to save local authority and NHS services in Norfolk £500 million a year, but they face many challenges and can become isolated without support. 

To celebrate these carers, former High Sherriff of Norfolk James Bagge decided to walk from his home in Stradsett to Santiago de Compostela. The walk raised £70,000 which has been distributed by Norfolk Community Foundation to help change carers’ lives.

Walking4Norfolk has now evolved to become a wider movement raising awareness and funds to support these amazing people in their invaluable, and often unrecognised and challenging, roles. 

The funds are collected, managed and distributed by the Norfolk Community Foundation to local voluntary organisations throughout the county who care for and support our carers.

Get involved today and lend your support to this deserving cause!

EVENT: ‘Walk to Walsingham’ in aid of local unpaid carers: 20-22 September 2019

Everyone welcome - enjoy the Norfolk countryside while helping others.

Support local unpaid carers and at the same time enjoy a challenge walking through the beautiful Norfolk countryside from Norwich to Walsingham. Raise vital funds while enjoying some exercise and fresh air!

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Total donations: £34,794.00

Anonymous

30.11.18

£100.00 (+ £25.00 giftaid)

Great blog and lovely talk illustrating your tremendous achievement. Well Done Jum! Ben and Caroline

Anthea Franklin

29.10.18

£200.00 (+ £50.00 giftaid)

Well done Jum ... loved the talk ...

MB QC

08.10.18

£50.00 (+ £12.50 giftaid)

A James walking to his namesake’s shrine ? Saintly ( almost) in itself. Well done.

Graham and Julie James

05.10.18

£50.00 (+ £12.50 giftaid)

Sorry to miss your talk. Fantastic achievement in such a good cause.

Vanessa French

14.08.18

£50.00 (+ £12.50 giftaid)

Hi Jumb - what a fantastic achievement - hugely respectful. Love Vanessa French (Phillips of Oak Farmhouse), Toby, Hugo and Emma.

Regards Andrew Clockclean

28.07.18

£10.00 (+ £2.50 giftaid)

Well done, you must have enough stories to write a book...........??

Jeremy Allen- St James Place

27.07.18

Great achievement for great causes- many congratulations

Steve Roberts

24.07.18

£500.00 (+ £125.00 giftaid)

Congratulations from Rotary Club of King’s Lynn

Anonymous

23.07.18

£100.00 (+ £25.00 giftaid)

Well done Jum !! Bertie, Celia and Adelaide

Mark Jeffries

19.07.18

£100.00 (+ £25.00 giftaid)

Many congratulations on completing the walk, Jeremy and many apologies for my dilatoriness in sponsoring you.

 

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