Social, leisure and learning for people with disabilities
About Us
ABOUT US

BUILD is a Norfolk based independent registered charity providing social, leisure and learning opportunities to people with sensory, physical or learning disabilities. Established in Norwich 1967, The BUILD Charity provides a wide range of community based activities across Norfolk, with opportunities to take part in social clubs, gardening, outdoor and cultural activities as well as skills learning workshops.

BUILD does not provide medical or personal care, but welcomes people who want to use its services to bring that care with them.

At BUILD we aim to treat people like people, value their involvement and contribution, and offer them the opportunities in life that most of us normally take for granted.

Information on all our services is available by calling 01603 618029 or emailing info@buildcharity.co.uk

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About BUILD
BUILD is an independent, Norfolk based registered charity, providing social, leisure and learning opportunities for adults and young people with sensory, physical or learning disabilities.
Opportunities Programme
BUILD provides a wide range of daytime and evening activities for adults with disabilities ranging from a weekly social, leisure and learning club in central Norwich, through supported volunteering schemes.
Fees and Charges
As a registered, independent charity, BUILD costs around £200,000 a year to run and raises funds from charitable trusts, local sponsorship, and private donations to keep the cost to its beneficiaries down. For a full list of our fees and charges, including the discounts achieved through our membership scheme, please see our programme booklet or call us on 01603 618029.
SERVICES AND SUPPORT
BUILD Registration Form
Download and complete this form to register with BUILD. If you need any help in completing this form then please call us on 01603 618029.
Employment & Volunteering
The BUILD Charity employs six members of staff and is supported by over 100 volunteers involved in a variety of roles ranging from supporting people with disabilities in a weekly social club, sports or learning setting through to back office functions.
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