What You Can Do

With your support we can help more deaf and hard of hearing adults and children in West Norfolk. Here are just some of the ways in which you can help us.

Fundraise

Why not turn your talent or hobby into a fundraising event? It could be a sponsored walk, cake stall, bingo or even an extreme activity like sky diving! If you need any help or would like us to publicise your event please do contact us.

Make a Donation

You can make a real difference to the quality of life of deaf and hard of hearing people in West Norfolk. One-off donations and regular gifts are generous ways of pledging your support. There are 6 great ways you can donate to WNDA...

  • You can donate all you unwanted books, clothes, shoes, boots, bags, belts, electrical goods, bric a brac etc to our Charity Bookshop and Charity Shop.  All donations gratefully received.
  • You can make a donation online via the My Donate web site link at the side of this page..
  • You can donate via text message by sending the word "WNDA01 followed by the amount you wish to donate (for example "WNDA01 £5") to 70070. Provided by Vodafone's Just Text Giving.
  • You can register to donate through the easyfundraising website. For every purchase you make through easyfundraising, the supplier will make a percentage donation to us at no extra cost to you.  Do all your online shopping via the easyfundraising website to earn extra for our charity.
  • You can Recycle your unwanted jewellery with www.jewelleryrecycling.org bydelivering your unwanted jewellery to us for recycling and donate to our cause.
  • Or by simply searching on the internet via easysearch.org.uk. Everytime you search Easy Search will make a donation to us.

Volunteer

Volunteers are vital to the services that we run. Your skills, commitment and enthusiasm could make a real difference to deaf children and adults. Click here to complete our online application form.

Find out how you can become a Hearing Support Volunteer

Find out how you can become a Breakout Club Volunteer

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