Six amazing eventers
30 December 2018
Meet six of our amazing supporters who have taken on challenges this year to help us to continue to support disabled people to live, learn and work as independently as they choose.
Anna was one of our amazing London Marathon runners.
She has been a supporter of our Chipstead Lake and decided that 2018 was the year she wanted to take on the challenge of a lifetime.
She raised an amazing £5,053.79!
Bob took part in our cycling event — Cycle Together!
Bob is an aircraft engineer who spent 30 years with the RAF so wanted to honour them.
He took on our 150-mile route wearing RAF colours and sporting the Dambuster 617 squadron number.
He raised a fab £165.
Pamala and Craig Bruce
They raised an amazing £5,834.33.
Debbie is taking on London Marathon 2019 in memory of Terry, a resident at our Birch Way service — where Debbie works.
She would take him to races in their local town and he always really enjoyed them. At the finish line of one race, he turned around to her and said ‘Debbie, one day we will do London’.
When Terry died just over a year later, Debbie decided to take on Terry’s wish and run the London Marathon 2019 in his memory.
Debbie's fundraising if off to an amazing start as she's already smashed her target!
She decided she wanted to raise money for our Hill House service where her mother has lived for the last 20 years.
At last count Sarah has raised £570!
Sophie completed the Kilimanjaro trek with her dad and a friend.
Having previously volunteered in our John Masefield service in Oxfordshire she decided she wanted to raise money for us.
She raised an incredible £1,111!