5 March 2014
This year, we have a heroic team of runners taking part in the Virgin Money London Marathon for Leonard Cheshire Disability.
Each runner has pledged to raise at least £1,800 for the charity, and some of them are already well on their way! Here's how three of our Marathon Heroes have been raising funds - maybe it will inspire you?
If you decide you would like to be a hero for Leonard Cheshire Disability too, take a look at our range of exciting events and choose one that suits you.
A duck race (above) and a clothes sale are just two of the activities Joanne has come up with to raise money - and she has already smashed her target having raised £1,865 so far!
She has chosen to raise money for a specific service where her dad lives and is supported by the brilliant staff and volunteers.
Wanting to raise a large chunk of cash in one go, Graeme decided a race night would be the best way, and managed to raise £1,000 in one night!
His wife works at one of our residential support services, and seeing the great atmosphere there is what inspired him to run.
Going with a sporty theme, Kevin organised a football day with friends and family paying to enter. This on its own raised £600 towards Kevin's total, which is now up to £1,100.
For further ideas about fundraising, and to find out more about getting involved, send us an email or call us on 020 3242 0365 today.