We are proud to mark the publication of the inside story of Norwich City Fans Social Club in the Pink Un, showcasing its impact on the community and the passion and dedication of its volunteers.
In the article, NCFSC volunteer Craig Bailey highlights how Norwich City Fans Social Club has been making waves in the local community and football scene since its establishment in 2015. Founded by Diane Blazier, with the support of David McNally and Ben Kensell, NCFSC has remained true to its original vision of working with Norwich City Football Club to create a social club for fans with enjoyable activities that bring the club and its supporters even closer together.
Over the years, the NCFSC has raised £46,000 for the Community Sports Foundation, a charity that provides inclusive environments for people with disabilities to enjoy the physical, mental, and social benefits of sport.
The NCFSC volunteers are a positive and hard-working group, who give up their free time to make a difference in the community. They organise around six events each year, including fans’ forums with key Norwich City staff and players, family fun days, quiz nights, mental health awareness evenings, and get-togethers. The events are designed to be inclusive and accessible to all. All the money raised goes directly to the CSF.
Since 2017, NCFSC has been generously sponsored by Fosters Solicitors, enabling it to do even more and raise more funds for the CSF.
Keep an eye out for more exciting events planned throughout the season!
Read the Pink Un article here: