Norwich City support Railway Children - and so can you with #Take5

Norwich City and the club's main shirt sponsor Aviva will show their support for the Railway Children charity against Tottenham this weekend by allowing the charitys logo to be displayed on the Canaries' shirts. Norwich City and the club's main shirt sponsor Aviva will show their support for the Railway Children charity against Tottenham this weekend by allowing the charitys logo to be displayed on the Canaries' shirts.

Sunday, February 23, 2014
11:30 AM

Norwich City and the club’s main shirt sponsor Aviva will show their support for the Railway Children charity against Tottenham this weekend by allowing the charity’s logo to be displayed on the Canaries’ home shirts.

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City’s players will also wear the Railway Children’s logo on their pre-match training gear to raise awareness of the charity’s new Take 5 campaign which provides help and support to children under the age of 16 who run away from home or are at risk of doing so.

A child runs away from home every five minutes in the UK. Tweet #Take5 to help them.

Aviva are pledging up to £100,000 to represent the 100,000 child runaways in the UK by donating £1 per tweet or retweet of #Take5 over the weekend.

For more information visit railwaychildren.org.uk/take5 to find out about a range of planned activities as part of Aviva’s community weekend charity initiative.

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