The Liam Still Foundation is run entirely by volunteers and arranges at least two main events a year; “A Day for Liam” is a family-fun event with live music and entertainment, held each year on the Sunday of Whitsun Bank Holiday weekend. Another annual event is held on the weekend nearest to the 24th November, which was Liam’s birthday.
Every year a different charity is chosen to be the main beneficiary from the charity’s fund-raising events, with the remaining funds going towards smaller local initiatives.
In the past, the Liam Still Foundation has raised significant funds for Addenbrooke’s Hospital, the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, Nelson’s Journey, East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices, The Hamlet Centre and other worthy causes.
As a charity they support and enrich the lives of families, children and adults at our two locations in Norwich. Established in 1972 by inspirational couple Jack and Margaret Wymer, the charity has evolved from its beginnings as a Toy Library into a charity offering a range of services for children and adults from birth.
Today, The Hamlet Centre offers a wide range of high quality services to support over 500 families each year from across Norfolk and North Suffolk. These services promote integration and inclusion by breaking down barriers that often exist for people with disabilities.