The Aviva Community Fund gives you the chance to vote for a local project or charity close to your heart and help them realise their dreams.
Whether you have submitted a project yourself or want to help community projects receive funding, now is your chance to make a difference to a cause you care about.
There are 1000’s of projects that have entered the Aviva Community Fund and they need as many votes as possible to get through to become one of our finalists.
Register to get 10 votes which you can use at any time up until midday on 20 November. You can support as many projects as you like with your votes. Spread them around or use them all to support one project – it’s your choice.
Aviva will fund the top-voted entries asking for up to £1,000. The top-voted entries in the £5,000, £10,000 and £25,000 funding levels will go through to judging.
So, what are you waiting for, get voting today…. and don’t forgot to tell your friends and family to get involved too!
Members of the Norwich Mumbler Chat Group have suggested some of the local projects and charities important to them that are hoping for your votes:
Finnbar’s Force – Supporting children and their families after brain tumour diagnosis. Friend In Deed – helping reduce loneliness across the generations. The Norwich Montessori School – investing in the future of the school. The Brooke Playpark – replace unsafe equipment in a children’s park that has been closed for the last year. Time Norfolk – provide free counselling to anyone who has lost a baby at any point in pregnancy or shortly after. Sunshine and Rainbows – branded USB’s and promotional materials for photoshoots with terminally ill or very poorly children. Sprowston Nursery Playgroup – replace tables and chairs. Goldcrest Outdoor Education – Nurture Nooks. Home Start Norfolk – 1 to 1 support for parents with children 0-5 years. Robert Kett Primary School – to create an Inspirational Writer’s Hut. Falcon Junior School – ‘The Nest’ Nurture building for pupils.
You can use the search function on the Aviva site to find local projects or to search for the ones listed above.