The National Centre for Writing nurtures the next generation of creative writers and translators, brings writing, storytelling and reading to communities, and connects writers and readers through inspiring events.
Our medieval Literature House, Dragon Hall, is based in Norwich, England’s first UNESCO City of Literature.
As a registered charity, we rely on the support of individuals and organisations to continue engaging writers, translators and communities in Norwich and beyond. There a numerous ways for generous organisations and individuals to support our work.
Join NCW Society to enjoy events, activities, and exclusive benefits. Or make transformational gifts through our Supporters Circle.
Trusts & Foundations
Grants from Trusts, Foundations and public funders are critical to our work with writers, translators and local people.
Partner with NCW to discover new communities, stories and opportunities for your business.
Gifts in Wills
A special way to nurture the next generation of writers.
Help our local communities to experience the art and joy of creating with words, and ensure Dragon Hall is open to all.
Buy prints, books, merchandise and more.
My writing improved, but the biggest takeaway for me was my growth in confidence
If you wish to talk to a member of our team about supporting NCW, or learn more about the difference your support makes to writers, translators and our communities, we would love to hear from you.
Please contact Dan Scales, Development Manager, [email protected].
The National Centre for Writing strives for best practice in its fundraising and is registered with the Fundraising Regulator.
We are transparent with our donors and supporters, and strive to ensure that our fundraising is legal, open, honest, and respectful.