background image div

YN Patronage

Two kids in toy house at Norwood nursery

YN Patronage logoNorwood needs to raise £12m every year from voluntary donations. This enables us to continue to help thousands of vulnerable children, families and people with learning disabilities.

YN’s Patronage and Major Donor programme contributes significantly in helping to achieve Norwood’s fundraising objectives.


People mingling at YN Patrons cocktail partyBecome part of YN Patronage

YN Patronage is offered at a range of levels:

  • YN Friend Donate £600 (or £50 a month for 12 months)
  • YN Patron Donate £1000 (or £83.33 a month for 12 months)
  • YN Platinum Patron Donate £2000 (or £166.66 a month for 12 months).
  • YN Patrons also have the opportunity to join the YN Chairman’s Circle at a level of £3000 (or £250 a month for 12 months).

You can support Norwood by becoming a YN Friend, YN Patron or YN Platinum Patron by:

Donate online

Download our Direct Debit form - Please print, complete and return to Norwood.

Download our BACS details

Or for more information about YN and joining the YN Chairman’s Circle please contact Anthony Shaw on 020 8420 6902 or email

Visit our services

Please let us know if you would like to visit Norwood’s services to see first hand how we are helping people to improve and take control of their lives, and how your support could help. To arrange a visit to our services, please contact Anthony Shaw.

Having visited some of Norwood's wonderful services and met some of its inspiring service users, I have seen for myself how essential it is for people like us to support the great work that Norwood does.  It really does make a difference.

Marc Bergan, Member of YN Consultative Committee

Like our YN Facebook page

Our recent achievements



We've opened The RD Crusaders WorkHub in Stanmore. Our Life Long Learning services such as Supported Employment are based here.

Inclusive Nursery

We’ve launched an inclusive nursery for young children with or without disabilities at our Kennedy Leigh Centre.

Birthright trip to Israel

This ground breaking trip to Israel enabled our service users to participate in a trip from which they were previously excluded.

Somers Court

This purpose-built block of flats for people with learning disabilities, developed in partnership with the Industrial Dwelling Society (IDS), enables tenants to live as independently as possible.

Where Your Money Goes

Find out how Norwood is funded and how we strive to use every penny responsibly.

Find out how

Pie chart icon showing where your money goes

Get in touch

To find out more about the committee and how you can get involved, contact Anthony Shaw, YN Relationships Executive, Fundraising.

Contact us now:

Telephone: 020 8420 6902