Our fabulous fundraisers never cease to amaze us with the inspirational challenges they take on or the fantastic fundraising ideas they come up with to raise both much needed funds and awareness for us and we wanted to take this opportunity to thank them.
Hannah and Philip completed the 25k Jurassic Coast Challenge raising £991.32 in memory of their son, Rory. Hannah shared, “The Jurassic challenge is particularly poignant for us as Rory completed much of it with us; whether it was pushing or carrying his wheelchair through the fields and mud, we were determined we would get him there! This will be a lovely (albeit challenging!) opportunity for Phil and me to remember our wonderful Rory.”
Katie took on her own half marathon challenge in memory of her Auntie Linda who passed away in May 2020 raising £961.25.
Simon and Sue took on a VERY warm Summer Walk completing 42km for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices. The duo were due to take part in the Winter Walk earlier in the year but the event as postponed so instead of beanies and woolly jumpers they rocked their Summer Walk caps and Shooting Star T-shirts raising a brilliant £1,656.25!
Almost six months later than planned, Naima finally completed her 10,000ft skydive for us having originally been booked to jump back in December. It was well worth the wait as the sun shone and the skies were clear. Naima told us, “Omg Saturday was absolutely incredible! There are no words to describe how amazing and exhilarating that was. I’m really glad a I did it!” Naima has raised an amazing £2,291.25 for us.