Disability empowerment charity thanks supermum fundraiser

PUBLISHED: 11:10 16 March 2018 | UPDATED: 13:34 16 March 2018

Jo Corbyn fundraises for disability empowerment charity NANSA. PICTURE: NANSA.

Jo Corbyn fundraises for disability empowerment charity NANSA. PICTURE: NANSA.


One of Norfolk’s leading disability empowerment charities is celebrating the successes of a dedicated fundraiser.

Jo Corbyn from Old Catton fundraises for NANSA and other charities that help support her four-year-old daughter Darcie who was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

This Christmas she raised £300 for NANSA through various events and also supplied all the Christmas presents for the NANSA Family Centre children’s Christmas party.

Ms Corbyn has raised money running stalls at various school fetes, coffee mornings, cake stalls and selling a range of cosmetic toiletries through her Facebook page “Darcies Sensory Palace”.

As well as all her fundraising, she is also raising eight children ranging from two years to 15.

If you would like to help raise funds for NANSA, contact:

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