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Norfolk website boost as good news travels far 

Good news travels far – and that’s especially true of the stories on the Network Norwich and Norfolk website as overseas readers as far off as Africa and the Middle East find encouragement via the award-winning Christian news portal.

NNNlaptop400One Christian businessman, a member of the Norwich FGB Fellowship - but who now works in a Muslim country where Christian fellowship is somewhat limited - has just donated £2,500 towards the website’s “100 Friends Appeal”.
Encouraged by the regular Norfolk Christian news stories on Network Norwich, he sent the generous donation in response to the website’s invitation to Christian groups, churches, ministries, businesses and individuals to support its work in promoting the Norwich and Norfolk Christian community.  
Individual but regular donations to the 100 Friends Appeal all help support the website’s key role in helping the Norfolk Christian community work together as one. 
Network Norfolk also brings online encouragement far beyond East Anglia  - even to friends overseas who have links to Norfolk.  For example, in Zambia, Raphael Lungu, a former member of FGB Norwich, keep regularly up-to-date with Norfolk news via the website.                   
Individual but regular donations to the 100 Friends Appeal - as little as £1 a week -  are welcomed.
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The Network Norwich & Norfolk website has been published for over 13 years now and we have an established team of professional journalists covering the activities, organisations and churches which make up the county’s Christian community. Our whole purpose is to support that community by daily providing accurate, unbiased stories and features.

To pay for that service, we rely on our partner organisations, advertisers and readers to, in turn, support us financially. We want to keep the website free for everyone to access and continue to be able to pay for writers to produce the content you can enjoy every day.

We would like to ask you to consider supporting our work and suggest you might want to make a small regular donation of just £1 a week and become one of our 100 Friends, or a larger one-off or annual amount.

Because we are part of a registered charity we can reclaim Gift Aid on your donations if you are a tax-payer.

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