Health & wellbeing

Helping people of all ages stay healthy, well and connected to their community, able to live an active, independent and fulfilling life.
Community support can provide a lifeline for people managing a long term condition, recovering from illness or injury, or struggling with their mental wellbeing. Healthy lifestyles and access to nutritious, affordable food are vital to living well, particularly to give children the best start, and help avoid reliance on statutory health and social care later in life.

How we’re making a difference

Tackling the key areas of need

From supporting the mental wellbeing of children and young people to providing training and accessible information on issues affecting adults and young people with learning disabilities, and helping to raise awareness of mental health and suicide, we are working with local charities and community groups to improve the health and wellbeing of lives in Norfolk.

Click below to read about some of the work we’ve enabled to help people of all ages stay healthy, well and connected to their community.

Sir Norman Lamb stands in front of Cromer pier
Working with Sir Norman Lamb

Sir Norman Lamb is one of the UK’s most tireless campaigners in the area of mental wellbeing, and he has joined with Norfolk Community Foundation to improve support for youth mental health in Norfolk and for those on the autism spectrum or with learning disabilities by helping to strengthen existing services and encourage and promote innovation to enrich our children and young people’s lives.

Click below to find out more about the Sir Norman Lamb Mental Health & Wellbeing Fund and how you can support its efforts.