Community Partnerships

Stepping Stones

Stepping Stones is a small, vibrant charity based in Norwich where adults with learning disabilities receive the education, training and support they require to fulfil their potential. We aim to increase our student’s knowledge and confidence, encouraging them to lead more independent and fulfilling lives within their community.

Stepping Stones website

Young Norfolk Arts

Young Norfolk Arts provides opportunities for children and young people to create and engage with creativity and culture across Norfolk.

We hold the Young Norfolk Arts Festival (YNAF) – a celebration of creativity and performance by and for young people in Norfolk every year, and the Young Norfolk Visual Arts (YNVA) programme and exhibition. We also run the YNA Collective (YNAC), a volunteer group of 16-25 year olds with an interest in the arts and creative industries either as a hobby or as a career path.

Young Norfolk Arts website

A smiling man wearing a green hoodie and cap stands next to a crate of donated food items with a sign on the crate that reads Norwich Foodbank donations. Thank you!

Norwich Foodbank 

The Trussell Trust supports a nationwide network of food banks and together they provide emergency food and support to people facing hardship, and campaign for change to end the need for food banks in the UK.

We have partnered up with Norwich Foodbank (part of The Trussell Trust) to help collect emergency food for people in our community. We regularly request voluntary food donations to be brought to live events for collection by Norwich Foodbank.

You can donate to any of the 11 foodbank sites around Norwich HERE or read about other ways to support
The Trussell Trust HERE 

New Routes group

New Routes

New Routes support refugees, asylum seekers and isolated migrants from over 80 countries, speaking 60+ different languages, and promoting cross-cultural integration and community awareness in Norwich.

We work with New Routes to fundraise for their work and to give their clients the opportunity to see performances free of charge.


New Routes website

Norwich Pride

Norwich Pride is a celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT+) community for everyone. Their mission is to live in a city where everyone can feel safe and proud to be themselves. They organise the Pride March and associated events on the last Saturday in July every year with the aim to ensure key events are free, inclusive, accessible and family-friendly.

As an Official Supporter of Norwich Pride, we pledge our organisation will be a safe, welcoming, and friendly place for LGBT+ customers and staff.

Norwich Pride website

Musical Keys

Musical Keys is a Norwich based charity providing a service to people with special and/or additional needs across East Anglia. For over 20 years, Musical Keys has developed a comprehensive programme of music, movement and arts based activities designed to enable participants to learn new skills, build confidence and improve motor skills and coordination through enjoyable and interactive sessions. Their groups also offer a support network to parents, carers and families.

Musical Keys website

A person at a gathering is holding a handwritten sign saying Unite for Nature.

Norwich Friends of the Earth

Norwich Friends of the Earth is your local Friends of the Earth group in this vibrant city. They’re working to help protect and sustain the natural environment in Norwich and the surrounding area. FOE campaign locally and, where appropriate, nationally and internationally, on environmental issues, including, for example, climate change, climate justice, pollution, waste, transport, energy, wildlife, and habitat. They aim to bring people together to promote positive change and work with other groups across the city collaboratively towards shared goals. Norwich Friends of the Earth is a friendly and positive group; everyone is welcome to join.

Norwich Friends of the Earth website.
Complete this form to contact FOE

Norwich Lanes

We are very proud to be a member of Norwich Lanes, a series of alleyways, courtyards and open spaces set just a few steps away from Norwich City Hall.  The Lanes are home to well over 300 independent retailers, cafès, restaurants, pubs and bars and offer something for everyone, morning, noon and night.

Norwich Lanes website

We also support the work of St Martin’s Housing, Voluntary Norfolk, and Norwich City Council’s support for rough sleepers.