Norwich City Charity Home Shirt Supporting Railway Children

Here we have images of the Norwich City Charity Home Shirt Supporting the Railway Children that will be worn during today’s game.

Norwich City’s home shirts will bear the ‘Railway Children’ charity logo instead of usual shirt sponsors Aviva for today’s match against Everton at Carrow Road.

Norwich City Charity Home Shirt 12/13

This is the second year in a row that Norwich City FC have supported the Railway Children, a charity which attempts to raise awareness to the fact that one child runs away from home every five minutes in the United Kingdom. The Railway Children charity provides help and support to children under 16 years of age who have run away from home or are at risk of doing so.

Actor, writer, television presenter and Norwich City Director Stephen Fry will show his support to the charity via Twitter to help raise funds.

For every tweet or retweet that is posted on Twitter today that includes the ‘#1every5’, Aviva will donate £1 to the Railway Children charity.

Mr Fry added: “Let’s all use the power of football to make the most of Aviva’s generosity, and raise a huge wedge of cash for Railway Children. Come on all you tweeters; let’s help raise plenty of money for the lovely people at Railway Children to continue their great work in supporting young people who feel alone and are at risk on our streets.”

Last years match generated more than £10,000.

Norwich Fans will also have the chance to win one of 18 signed, limited edition shirts worn by the players in a competition on the charity’s website after the match. The players shirts will be put on auction site, Ebay after the match with all proceeds going to Railway Children.

Grant Holt Charity Norwich Shirt 12/13


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