Build The Nest

Support our #BuildTheNest fundraising campaign, and help make Phase 2 of construction a reality.

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Norwich City Community Sports Foundation and Norwich City Football Club have kicked-off a short-term campaign to raise £1 million to build the second phase of The Nest – a community hub in Horsford, Norwich. 

Launched in October, the campaign aims to raise the remaining funds needed so that building can be completed by autumn 2020 and a further 12,000 people can benefit from the work of the Foundation.

To help the campaign, Norwich City Football Club will match every pound raised, up to £500k. 

When complete, The Nest will provide a venue for many Foundation programmes across a range of areas such as disability sport, education and training, mental health and wellbeing, and community cohesion.

Our total so far

Every donation to the #BuildTheNest campaign is matched by Norwich City Football Club.

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Become a supporter of The Nest

Your organisation can be become a sponsor at The Nest: buy a paving stone for the Walkway @ The Nest, sponsor the main pitch or help the campaign in another way.

 

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Fundraise for The Nest

Want to personally fundraise for the charity? You can set up your own fundraising challenge (take inspiration from Ollie Elvin here), or join one of our challenges. Alternatively, you can attend 0ne of our fundraising events.

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Inside Phase 2 of The Nest

See visuals and panoramic videos of how The Nest will look once complete.

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The people The Nest will benefit

We have identified areas of need locally and have designed The Nest so that each year:

• 1,000 school children will improve their health and wellbeing

• 750 people will gain qualifications and training

• 650 people with disabilities will take part in physical activity

• 337 people of all ages will join weekly health projects for dementia and mental health

• 225 people will take part in weekly sports clubs

• 600 events will be held to boost community cohesion

• 4,500 footballers of all ages will use the football pitches

• ten apprentices will learn, grow, and develop their skills

• 180 young people will study and train in our football and education programmes.

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