Charity Donation Scheme

Will’s Norfolk Lawns are proud to be supporting three local charities in Norfolk. All of these charities do amazing work and have helped many families and individuals across the county with their hard work and kindness.

We are dedicated in showing our appreciation through supporting these charities within our referral scheme. 

Under the scheme, if you are referred to us by an existing customer, each of you will receive a £15 credit to your account. We are now offering the option of donating that £15 credit to one of the three charities below. We have provided a brief summary and a link to each of the charities’ websites to inform you of their individual cause and to see where the donated money is being used.

The three charities available to donate to are:

Big C is Norfolk’s largest cancer charity. Since 1980, they have been committed to improving the lives of those affected by cancer.

The charity helps fund vital world-class research at Norwich Research Park. Helping to discover ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer in better ways than ever before. Today Big C has 4 drop in centres that are used by thousands each year, they provide valuable information about diagnosis, treatments, side effects and recovery. As well as providing emotional help, support and therapies.

Break is an innovative charity that provides hope and support for vulnerable children and young people. Based in East Anglia, we offer a ‘whole childhood’ service that represents exceptional commitment to the young people we work with and investment in their futures.

Our vision is to be the leading children’s care charity in East Anglia striving for the best outcomes for young people on the edge of care, in care and moving on from care.

We will do this by offering a pathway of connected specialist support services to ensure young people have the care they need, when and where they need it, for as long as they need it.

The Sir Norman Lamb Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund was established by Sir Norman Lamb, the former Member of Parliament for North Norfolk, to support the mental wellbeing of children, teenagers and young adults in Norfolk and is managed by Norfolk Community Foundation (Registered Charity Number 1110817). The aim of the Fund is to provide funding, resources and opportunities, as well as improving collaboration and capacity, to small grassroots organisations working in mental health, learning disability and autism with children, teenagers and young adults. The Fund is currently working to strengthen existing services and encourage and promote innovation to enrich our children and young people’s lives, particularly at a time when the Covid-19 crisis is having a significant psychological impact on the mental wellbeing of children and young people. You can find out more about this work here: