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Based in Norwich since 2007, we're proud to be part of the community. As a successful business with connections across the region, we created the BizClik Foundation to help give back to our neighbours across Norfolk. 

Our mission is to utilise the power of our workforce to support local charities that help those less fortunate by organising regular events and fundraising initiatives.


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Let's take a look at the work we've done for our local community so far

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Norwich City Community Sports Foundation

In 2022, BizClik was proud to become an official partner of the Norwich City Community Sports Foundation. As well as organising our own fundraising events to raise funds for the charity, we will also be supporting the CSF’s events and initiatives which provide vital help and opportunities for people in our local community. 

We support the Community Sports
Foundation in its four key objectives:

  • Driving inclusion for people with disabilities

  • Boosting mental health & wellbeing

  • Inspiring disadvantaged people

  • Community engagement

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The Big C
Big C

In 1980, two young men from Norfolk found themselves with cancer and having to travel to London or Cambridge for treatment, often finding this journey harder than the treatment itself. They vowed the people of Norfolk & Waveney would have access to the best treatment and support in their local areas - today, Big C funds four drop-in support and information centres across Norfolk and Waveney that are used by thousands of people every year affected by cancer. 

What we’ve done

We raised money for Big C at our first ever charity football tournament. Sadly, everybody has been affected by cancer directly or indirectly. Big C are a fantastic charity who support people with the disease in our own community. They were a natural cause for us to support.


The Benjamin Foundation

For over 25 years’ children, young people and families across Norfolk and Suffolk have been supported by The Benjamin Foundation to overcome big challenges in their lives. Each night, they accommodate 100 vulnerable young people in our community.

What we’ve done

The Benjamin Foundation were one of two charities supported by our 2021 charity football match. With teams from across Norwich, incredible prizes to be won and a fantastic atmosphere, we combined a great day with great causes.

Norfolk and Waveney Mind

Our local branch of Mind are a pillar of our community - supporting people when they need it most. Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.

What we’ve done

We raised money to support Mind in 2018. Mental health is as serious as physical health and it is always reassuring to know that they are there in our community, supporting people that we know and love.


Movember is an annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's suicide. The Movember Foundation runs the Movember charity event, housed at

What we’ve done

We packed away the beard trimmers for a month to raise money for male wellbeing - from prostate cancer to mental health.

St. Martins Housing Trust

St Martins' mission is to maximise independent living and prevent homelessness in the community by offering a hand up – housing, support and care – to the most vulnerable. They aim to enhance understanding and compassion towards homeless people in the community through education and advocacy.

What we've done

At Christmas, we sent a call out to our staff for shoeboxes full of essentials and gifts for homeless people, and our staff came through. In 2021, 56 shoeboxes were collected and sent to St. Martins in the hope of giving homeless people in our community a better festive period.