Norwich City squad come together to raise much needed funds

Talk Norwich City (TNC) has teamed up with Big C Cancer Charity to help raise money, with the launch of an online raffle and auction, which begins on 4 February to mark World Cancer Day.

Jack Reeve and Chris Reeve, founders of the Norwich City fan channel TNC have been working closely with a variety of first-team players to launch ‘The Ultimate Norwich City Raffle’. Memorabilia such as boots, shirts and gloves have been donated by players including Jonathan Rowe, Josh Sargent, Gabriel Sara and Angus Gunn, to help this worthy cause.

The raffle and auction will commence at 12.01am on 4 February, running through until 29 February at 8pm.

Chris Reeve, co-founder at Talk Norwich City said “We’re absolutely delighted to be going live on World Cancer Day with our most anticipated fundraiser for Big C yet – The Ultimate Norwich City Raffle!

This one time only opportunity gives the Yellow Army everywhere the chance to potentially get their hands on some incredible Norwich City memorabilia in the form of not just one, but three different bundles.

Chris Reeve and Jack Reeve Co Founders of TNC

We are thrilled to have four extra special items available as auction items including a pair of signed, worn, Johnny Rowe boots and a match-prepared Kenny McLean Scotland shirt from their European qualifier Vs Norway.”

The idea was formed following the huge success of a Big C Charity raffle for a Sara signed shirt which raised almost £3,000.

Kenny McLean with Chris Reeve

Chris said “We thought to ourselves, what if Sara’s teammates all came together to do one big raffle?! How much more could we raise?”

The support offered by each of these players has been outstanding, which, it is hoped will raise vital funds for local charity Big C, which supports people affected by cancer in Norfolk and surrounding counties. Special thanks go to Adam Idah, Angus Gunn and Onel Hernandez who were the ‘delivery drivers’ for so many of these items.

Details of the raffle and auction can be found by visiting Big C’s Charity Hive page below.


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