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Wed 10 Mar 2021

Aaron's Scooter Charity challenge

Since 1st March Aaron has been Scootering around Dersingham raising money for the Norwich City Community Sports Foundation.

Aaron is part of the Under 8’s Norwich City FC academy and they were set the Squad Goals Challenge. They had to chose a Norwich City Player and base their challenge around that players number. Aaron chose number 2, Max Aaron’s number and he is doing 2 miles on his scooter everyday for 2 weeks. He finishes his challenge this Sunday. He has currently raised over £450.

Each year, Norwich City Community Sports Foundation aims to raise around £250,000 from events to support its programmes for people with disabilities or from disadvantaged backgrounds.

For example, by raising around £150, you could help to subsidise a year of sessions for a member of the Foundation’s pan-disability football sessions.

With uncertainty remaining over the ability to hold fundraising events later in the year, initiatives like the Squad Goals Challenge are crucial to sustaining the Foundation’s work.

Norwich City Community Sports Foundation (CSF) helps people achieve their goals by delivering quality, innovative services through football and sport.

Each year the charity helps thousands of people achieve their goals through sport, supporting some of the most disadvantaged, disabled and talented people across Norfolk.

The Community Sports Foundation uses sport to improve the quality of life for those who need it most in Norfolk. 

We raise money to help disadvantaged people and those with disabilities to experience the benefits of sport; keeping them active and happy while improving their health and skills for the future. 

Well done Aaron from everyone at Brittons Estate Agents! No doubt you'll see some of our properties which are for sale and sold on your travels around Dersingham!