Charity fundraising book shows Norfolk at its best
The Matthew Project is among a hundred charities showcased in an illustrated book produced by a local businessman to shine a light on inspirational communities in Norfolk.
‘Norfolk at its best’ was created by Kevin Keable after he was inspired by the work of local charities in the county and by the Norfolk Community Foundation, which provides funding and support to charities and community groups in the county.
Many of the charities featured in book are rooted in Norfolk’s Christian community. They include Hebron House, Christians Against Poverty, Community Action Norwich, King’s Lynn Night Shelter, St Martin’s Housing and YMCA Norfolk.
Kevin was previously involved in fundraising for local charities and recognises the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on communities. He saw the rise in cases of domestic abuse, those struggling with mental ill health, isolation and the increased use of food banks. He made the decision to put the book together to help give back by raising vital funds and awareness of the people and charitable organisations representing Norfolk at its best.
A single copy of Norfolk at its Best £18.20 and you can purchase it here.
100% of sales go to the Norfolk Community Foundation to support the work of local charities and community groups. The book is also on sale at The Matthew Project Charity recovery hub, the Book Hive and Jarrolds in Norwich.
Pictured above are pages from the Matthew Project section of Norfolk at its Best.