Sponsor them now!
Sponsor them now!
We’re down in the dark rear corner of docklands for the annual London Marathon
expo; basically we’re still embarrassed that Nike have a bigger stand than us,
I just thought I’d share the following piccies of various
JG team members cavorting with the legendary Captain Beanie
Tom, Beanie, James v2.0 (on his second day as new marketing monkey he didn’t
expect to be talking to a human baked bean)
This is me with the legend. Apologies for bad lighting but you can’t see my face
which is probably a good thing.
Molly won’t be single for long now…
Most London Marathon runners would be
happy to get around the course just once. Not Stafford paramedic Ray Edensor!
Ray is running 26 marathons in 26 days, in the lead up to the London Marathon
itself. And if that wasn’t difficult enough, he’s running every day in his
paramedic uniform, laden down with a 26 pound rucksack. Wow.
marathon was on the 28th of March, which means that he’s nearly halfway there
now. His challenge ends on the 23rd of April when he joins 30,000 other runners
in the London Marathon. Meanwhile, he’s pounding the pavement between Greenwich
to the Mall every day.
His huge effort is to raise money for Dreams Come
True, a charity that helps realise the dreams and ambitions of seriously and
terminally ill children.
You can sponsor Ray’s amazing challenge
Our Fundraiser of the Month for April is Alison Mitchell.
For 10 days she’ll join a group of people walking the ancient Inca trail in Peru, climbing to an altitude of 4,400 metres.
It will be a physical and mental challenge but she has decided to use
the experience to raise money for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), a
charity that works to raise awareness of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome,
in memory of her fiancé Adam.
Good luck Alison, from all of us at Justgiving!