Norfolk Community Foundation has produced a number of publications, reports and resources which are designed not only to inform our grant making but also to provide our donors with the information they need to make informed decisions about the causes that they support and where their money is directed.
Our Corporate Giving Guide seeks to simplify our giving opportunities into a small, yet comprehensive pamphlet. It details the support we offer as well as the types of giving available to provide a complete picture of the giving process.
Annual review for the financial year ending 31 December 2015.
Our annual review for 2014 coincides with our 10th anniversary and as well as focusing on the key highlights and financials of 2014, takes a look back at the work of the Foundation and some of the key milestones over the last decade.
The 'Professional Advisors' information pack is for legal professionals, accountants, wealth managers, tax advisors and any professional involved with the financial and technical aspects of planned giving. The document here is one of a suite of information sheets that you will find in the professional advisors section of the website and is aimed at supporting professional advisors who are approached by their clients who would like to know more about charitable giving.
Commissioned by the Norfolk Community Foundation, this report highlights the biggest areas of social need affecting the whole of the county. The report is derived from a number of sources and clearly identifies issues affecting the elderly, young people and others as well as specific geographical pockets of deprivation in the county, highlighting the importance of local giving.
A summary report which focuses on the key statistics behind the full Strategic Needs report.
A comprehensive guide aimed at making corporate giving easier, exploring how your business can make a lasting impact in your local community through a corporate giving programme. It’s not just about the financial impact that you can make – this guide highlights other ways of giving including people’s time, equipment and skills.
Our latest annual review looks at the financial year ending December 2013 and the activities and initiatives that the Foundation has been involved with. The review includes a financial summary and case studies from a range of community groups, partners and donors.
Our 2012 annual review includes a financial summary and case studies from a range of community groups and donors.