Your chance to support the work of Network Norfolk
The Network Norwich & Norfolk website is marking its 14th anniversary of service to the Norfolk Christian community this month and is asking readers to express their support for the service provided by considering joining its 100 Friends Appeal.
Website publisher Keith Morris said: "Our website is now well established and reaching an ever-greater audience. Just once a year, we write to all of our supporters and readers asking them to consider supporting the website financially, if they value the service we provide. We call it our 100 Friends Appeal.
"A large number of individuals, churches and organisations have responded over the last six years to help ensure we can continue our key role of supporting the local Christian community. Shortly we will be facing the prospect of a sizeable increase in our website costs and so would particularly appreciate your support at this time.
"So thank you to everyone who has already responded and supports us regularly. But we still want to reach our target of finding 100 Friends who will sign up for just £1 a week, or a little more if you can afford it (by monthly or quarterly Standing Order), to support our work," said Keith.
"In the last year, with our supporters' help, we have seen over 133,000 different people visit the website and read 397,000 pages of news, event, project profiles, job and volunteer vacancies etc, all about the Norwich and Norfolk Christian community."
If you would like to support us individually you can make an immediate donation or set up a monthly donation by credit card, debit card or via paypal, by following this link. We can also register your donations for Gift Aid via this link.
If you would prefer to fill out a paper form, please click here to download a donation form and find details for regular BACS payments.
Those readers who are involved in Norfolk-based churches, projects, ministries or businesses can also support the website through a corporate subscription for a suggested £100 annual donation. Find out more here.