CSF volunteers to bring out Saturday's matchball
The pair have been volunteering for Norwich City’s official charity partner, the Community Sports Foundation (CSF), for a combined total of 13 years.
"Soon after, I began coaching CSF’s Down’s Syndrome team which Jamie is a part of and eventually progressed to the PAN-Disability team. The players show such determination and passion for football and compete fairly and enthusiastically on every occasion.
Clive, who took on the gruelling ‘Coastal Walk Challenge’ in 2016, trekking 47 miles in 24 hours across Norfolk’s coastal paths to raise over £1,000 added: "It is so rewarding to be able to support the team and their amazing parents and carers.
"The sheer enjoyment and sense of satisfaction achieved from volunteering is priceless. It is a real privilege to be involved and I have enjoyed every minute of the last decade."
"The opportunities for having fun, and feeling like we make a difference just keep coming," Graeme added.
"Then there’s seeing close hand all the other areas in which the Foundation make a positive difference to people’s lives – opportunities for the homeless, the elderly, the work in schools, health awareness and so much more.
The Community Sports Foundation will be holding a bucket collection on the day of the game, with a range of other matchday activity also set to take place.
At every Sky Bet Championship home match, the Canaries will invite a deserving community-minded individual or individuals to be their KarePlus Community Hero and place the matchball on a special plinth prior to kick-off.
If there is anyone you think deserves special recognition for their community efforts or personal achievements, please contact the Club via email@example.com.