Your NRG unveils East Anglia Community Support winner

Your NRG, a community-focused fuel distributor with depots in Thetford and Kings Lynn, has announced its latest community support campaign winner. 

The initiative invited customers to nominate and vote for their favourite local causes, shortlisting four deserving organisations:

  • Suffolk Lowland Search and Rescue (SULSAR)
  • The Friends of All Saints Academy
  • Little Ones Preloved
  • Coldham Hall Football Club

A spokesman says that the campaign received an overwhelmingly positive response, with Suffolk Lowland Search and Rescue emerging as most popular choice.

This volunteer-driven charity plays a major role in helping emergency services locate missing vulnerable adults and children across Suffolk and its surrounding counties.

Nick Adams, Search Technician and Executive Committee member of SULSAR, expressed his gratitude on behalf of the organisation.

“At SULSAR, our team members are all volunteers, claiming no expenses and providing their own personal kit.

“Our team members take an active role in fundraising for the organisation to ensure we can continue to serve the people of Suffolk and surrounding counties.

“This donation will allow our volunteers to continue the good work they undertake helping the emergency services find missing vulnerable adults and children by helping us with running costs and purchasing vital life-saving equipment.

“Thank you to everyone who voted for us and to Your NRG for the kind donation!”

This campaign follows the successful launch of Your NRG’s ‘Project Giving Back’ initiative in Bedfordshire. In its debut month, the initiative received over 100 nominations, highlighting the wide array of worthy causes within local areas.

Adam Newton, Sales Director at Your NRG, added, “We launched this charity project to give back to the local communities we serve, and we are thrilled to see such a positive response from our customers.

“We’re especially happy to contribute to the vital work of SULSAR, their dedication to helping our emergency services and vulnerable people is truly inspiring.”

For more information about Your NRG’s community initiatives, visit

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