Empower your business

to make a difference today.

 

When a Norfolk business aimed to boost their

social impact, they turned to Good for Good.

Expert insights and knowledge guided their

impactful decisions.

 

Join Good for Good: linking businesses and charities across

Norfolk for lasting community impact.

It’s simple to get going:

START YOUR JOURNEY TODAY.

Connect with Good for Good, powered by Norfolk Community Foundation.

WORK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH US TO IDENTIFY HOW YOU CAN HELP: FUNDING, ASSETS, TIME – YOU WILL HAVE SOMETHING TO OFFER.

WE WILL CONNECT YOU TO THE CAUSES THAT MATTER TO YOUR BUSINESS.

“Good for Good is a way of enabling businesses to do good in practical ways, for their staff to get involved in helping charities and making getting involved much easier. We are happy to help.”

Kevin Keable, Chairman EEEGR

“When an employer invests in local young people it raises their profile and makes recruitment easier for them. No community wants their young people to start a life on benefits and any opportunity as small as a one hour mock interview or as big as a few weeks’ work experience would have a positive impact on supporting young people into employment.”

Julia Nix, East Anglia District Manager for the Department for Work and Pensions

“As a recognised B Corp specialising in sustainable construction, I recognise the need for good, authentic ESG to be at the heart of values led businesses. Good for Good enables us to make a meaningful social impact and really help those communities in most need in Norfolk.”

Prof. Saul Humphrey, Managing Director of Saul Humphrey LLP and Chair of Norfolk Institute of Directors

“The Foundation has been vital in helping our business address community needs. Their collaboration has been crucial in tackling local issues and helping us see our social impact.”

Justin Galliford, Chief Executive, Norse Group

“I have always been a big supporter of responsible business and believe strongly in doing well whilst doing good. Business and communities cannot exist without each other – we are all intrinsically linked. Good for Good is an excellent initiative bringing people and businesses together in one place to support some fantastic causes and help to make change happen.”

James Ellis, Associate DIrector, McKeever & Partners

“Good for Good allows businesses to get actively involved to support and improve the local community, and the lives of the people in it, by connecting them to local charities so that they can really make a difference where it counts. A fantastic initiative, and one that I am extremely proud to be part of.”

Harriet Howes, Partner, Leathes Prior Solicitors

Support charities with what they need

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Financially support a focus area addressing immediate need in Norfolk. Make a one off or regular donation or ask us to process your Payroll Giving, enabling employees to tax efficiently support a strategic response.

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  • Employee volunteering initiatives
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Join over 100 businesses and some of Norfolk’s leading brands who are already part of Good for Good

We found 107 results.

Real Consulting

Industry: Property Services

Richard Utting Associates

Industry: Property Services

Rogers & Norton

Industry: Law

Rossi Long Consulting Ltd

Industry: Consultancy

Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association (RNAA)

Industry: Agriculture

Saoi Ltd

Industry: Finance

Saul D Humphrey LLP

Industry: Construction

Secureworks

Industry: Information Technology

Sexty & Co

Industry: Finance

SMG Architects

Industry: Construction

Businesses taking action

“Notcutts Norwich is proud to partner with Nourishing Norfolk – we know the important role that good nutrition plays in a healthy lifestyle, and how this can be achieved through growing your own fruit and vegetables. By supporting community growers to grow their own vegetables, local communities will really benefit from this amazing initiative.”

Darren Brooks, General Manager at Notcutts – Norwich, donated 250 seed packets to aid a community growing project, backing Nourishing Norfolk’s efforts to provide fresh, nutritious food via food hubs.

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