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09/03/2007 at 20:24
www.justgiving.com/Andrew_Garnham

Im running the FLM so am asking you to help me raise some money for my charity
The National Blind Childrens Society.A very small charity but but a good one.Any amount would be nice £1.00 to 100000.

Thanks for reading this please donate to my charity.

Andrew
09/03/2007 at 20:37
www.justgiving.com/martinpearce

So many deserving causes.

My good friend recently lost his unborn baby at 23 weeks. The Royal United Hospital in Bath were great, even paying for the service. To see such a small coffin is something that stays in the mind.

They need a dual incubator, as they dont have one and the NHS cant afford one. Hopefully my fundraising will do its small bit towards buying this piece of kit.

Bath Half is in 2 weeks!
26/03/2007 at 08:44
Calling all (South) Essex girls and boys.
No none of the St. Luke's runners will be wearing white stilettos or carrying handbags but we would all be grateful for sponsorship for Basildon and Thurrock's No. 1 Hospice! At least two of the staff (Lynn and Sandra) are running this year, as well as some volunteers and other local supporters of this great cause. We will all be wearing red t-shirts with our names on the front and 'St. Luke's Hospice Basildon & Thurrock on the back, so give us all a mighty cheer when you see us. Better still give us your dosh!
Any enquiries can be made to the fundraising office on 01268 524973.
Many thanks
26/03/2007 at 10:04
I'm running this years FLM in aid of Save the Rhino International. At the turn of the 19th century there were approximately one million rhinos, today there are fewer than 19,000. If you think these stats are shocking please help me to raise money by visiting my page below:

www.justgiving.com/beckster
26/03/2007 at 10:09
I'm running the FLM in a month's time for the Central London branch of the Samaritans. The Samaritans offer confidential, non-judgemental, emotional support to anyone who contacts them. The London branch is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and is staffed entirely by volunteers. Please take a moment to visit my sponsorship page and donate whatever you can afford. Thank you for your time. Sarah X

http://www.justgiving.com/sprice
26/03/2007 at 10:21
Hi everyone,

I'm doing FLM this year for a charity called DELTA.

They are a very small charity, that help deaf children and their familes by teaching them to listen and talk.

http://www.deafeducation.org.uk/

I've raised over £110 by going out on the streets collecting, and have another collection day coming up soon.

Training hasn't gone quite to plan due to injury, but I am determined to complete the marathon, even if I have to walk it.

Please help if you are able to. It is much appreciated.

http://www.justgiving.com/Arty

Thank you.

Arty x
26/03/2007 at 11:46
Hi all like minded nutters

I am running FLM for Action Medical Research who are currently funding research to help sick and vulnerable babies obtain better care.

http://www.action.org.uk/~nadewic

Not completely on track with training due to injury, but am determined to finish.

I need to raise £1500 please help if at all possible:)

Thank you so much

Nikki x

26/03/2007 at 13:10
www.bmycharity.com/v2/darrenhughes

On the 22nd April I will be making my second attempt at the London Marathon to raise money for a very worthwhile charity called Childhood First.

Childhood First successfully provide specialist therapeutic residential care, treatment and education for some of Britain's most vulnerable and emotionally disturbed children and young people – those who are suffering the consequences of neglect, deprivation and emotional, physical and sexual abuse.

You can find out more by visiting their website:-

www.childhoodfirst.org.uk

Please support me by helping to contribute towards my sponsorship target of £1500 by visiting my website:-

www.bmycharity.com/v2/darrenhughes

Every penny raised will help to encourage me during the final few weeks of training and the marathon itself. It will also help Childhood First to continue their vital work.

Thankyou!


26/03/2007 at 14:13
Less than 4 weeks to go, i can barely believe it. Hope my legs are ready they just to say got me through 20 miler on sunday, i needed a quick kip as soon as i got in. Don't suppose if anyone knows if there will be a bed at the 20m mark. I am raising for Asthma Uk in memory of my lovely nephew check my page out on
http://www.justgiving.com/lornarunslondon


26/03/2007 at 14:21
26 days to go, and I have been back running for nearly a week, after 6 weeks out with knee ligament injuries!! So London is going to be the biggest challenge of my life yet. But I will be there, as by completing the 26.4 miles I will be raising over £1200 for PhabKids. For more information on me and my training check out www.teamasics.co.uk and click on rachel stainer.

And if anyone can spare just a few pennies to help the cause, then please please check out:
www.justgiving.com/rachelstainer

Thankyou, and good luck everyone for the 22nd April!!
Rachel x
26/03/2007 at 15:11
When she was just 6 years old Sophie, my cousin, was diagnosed with Leukaemia.

Sophie’s treatment was long, difficult and 100s of miles away from home. CLIC provided accommodation within walking distance of the hospital enabling her parents to live close by and support each other.

Sophie didn't survive her illness but her quality of life was the best it could be during that period and made better by the involvement of CLIC and that is why I am taking on the biggest challenge of my running life, sponsor me at:

www.justgiving.com/greasejuliespalm
26/03/2007 at 15:41
After several years of rejection from the ballot I have been granted a charity place with the Arthritis Research Campaign (ARC) in the 2007 London marathon. When a friend told me that it was important to pick a charity that I feel strongly about, ARC was the natural choice for me. Arthritis has effected my family over several generations and has been treated with hip replacement operations (six to date and counting…. my father is next!) and anti-inflammatory drugs. In fact, my great-grandmother had one of the first pioneering hip replacement operations developed by Sir John Charnley in Greater Manchester. The operations have changed the lives of my family, they may no longer be able to play tennis or run, but they can still walk and turn door handle. They have a better quality of life than would have been possible without research and education that ARC funds.

For more information and to sponsor me, please visit my fundraising site at:

www.justgiving.com/alexandraknight
26/03/2007 at 16:16

I'm running for Help the Hospices. Its in memeory of Ingrid Samuels my sister and little Tilly, who passed away this Friday 23/03/07 aged 8.

David Go to www.justgiving.com/davidlang
26/03/2007 at 21:25
Hi everyone,

I am running for the Matt Hampson Trust, Matt is a remarkable young man who was cut down in his prime. He was playing rugby for Leicester Tigers and had also played for the England U-21 team whilst he was only 19. Unfortunately 2 years ago he suffered a horiffic accident whilst training with the England squad. This has left him totally paralysed from the neck down and he is reliant on a ventilator to help him breathe.

I will be running FLM whilst dressed as the Leicester Tigers club mascot. I am aiming to finish under 3:30. If you would like to help me raise £100,000 for the trust you could check out my website at http://www.tonythetiger.me.uk Thank you for reading this far and I hope you enjoy the website. Good luck to you if you are running :-)))
26/03/2007 at 21:49
www.justgiving.com/tarida

Hi all

I'm running my first Flora London Marathon this year to raise money for Macmillan Cancer. Over the past year or two I have had several family members and friends suffer from cancer, many of whom have had great support from Macmillan. Two family members are still receiving treatment as we speak.

It is the sheer fact that I may be able to help a little more that will assist me in paving the streets of London in four weeks time, please help me to do that.

Oh, and I will be wearing the green Macmillan wig so if you see me, that will be my thanks to you.

Cheers and Good luck to all who are taking part.
Tarida
26/03/2007 at 22:03
Hello fellow FLM runners,

I'm running for Breast Cancer Care. It's a disease which, unless detected early enough, has the potential to devastate lives. My mum had the disease last year - I was with her when she received the diagnosis and will never ever forget that day.

Breast Cancer Care provides a lot of information and stresses the importance of breast awareness and early detection. As mum's surgeon said, if he knew what caused this disease, he would be a millionaire.. unfortunately the reasons are still unknown. Therefore I am doing this for mum and all the other ladies (and men) who have been affected by Breast Cancer. Mum was lucky as it was detected relatively early. But not everyone knows that even a slight wrinkling of skin on or around the breast or an inverted nipple can be a sign of breast cancer. Breast Cancer Care highlights this but needs support to help spread the word.

Check out http://www.justgiving.com/pritika

There's a picture of me and the lovely Jamie Redknapp on it!!!

Good luck to everyone running this years' FLM. So many good causes are going to benefit..
26/03/2007 at 23:08
Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance

Hi forumites,

I'm not only a Flora first-timer, but new to the forum thread pages.

For my first attempt at FLM, I have been training hard with the hope of getting under 4 hours, but suspect I may end up 5 or 10 mins over, if predictions are right at the moment.

So please, help spur me to go a bit faster and achieve my goal as well as raise some cash for the Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance who have helped saved so many peoples lives.

Please, please log onto www.justgiving.com/Helendoeslondon

Thank you very much.
Helen
27/03/2007 at 15:16
My sister was a fit and healthy 35-year-old mother of two. She went to bed one night and was found the next morning by her husband having died of a heart condition she didn't know she had. She left her husband and two young children (an 8-year-old daughter and a 7-month-old baby son).

The heart condition she had was hereditary and conditions like these kill up to 8 young people a week in the UK. With heart screening, her death could have been prevented.

I am running the London Marathon for Cardiac Risk in the Young, which supports bereaved families, supports national screening programmes and funds medical research to help detect the genes responsible.

Please sponsor me in memory of my sister Jane.

www.justgiving.com/allenmarathon

Thanks very much
Philip
27/03/2007 at 23:42
Less than four weeks until the big day and I’m on my way to reaching my fundraising target of £1,500, thanks in part to those who attended my ‘Love Crisis’ Valentine’s fundraising party last month.

However, there’s still some way to go, and so I bring you… The Great Chocolate Pub Quiz!

Event: The Great Chocolate Pub Quiz
Date: Thursday 5 April
Time: 6.30pm (for a 7pm start) ‘til late
Venue: Upstairs at Urban Bar, 176 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 1BJ - across the road from Whitechapel tube station (Hammersmith & City / District Line).

I’m hosting a pub quiz to raise some more cash for homelessness charity Crisis. It’s on the day before the Good Friday Bank Holiday, so no work the next day for many of us.

Location:
We have exclusive hire of the upstairs room at Urban Bar (more of a pub than a bar really) and our own private bar. You can’t miss it – the outside of the building is painted in an orange ‘tiger’ print.

And don’t be put off by the location – Whitechapel is only one stop from Aldgate East, so it’s practically in the city and the bar is extremely nice. Sorry, no free drinks but there will be some crisps and snacks on the tables.

Prizes:
The winning team will get a round of chocolate Easter eggs and there will be chocolate-themed spot prizes throughout the night (all donated).

There will also be a sweepstake on the night if you wish to take part.

Buying a ticket:
It’s £5 per person to take part and every penny of this will go straight to Crisis. We have room for six teams of six people. You can sign up for a full team or, if there are fewer than six of you, we’ll put you with some others to make a full team.

Either:
1. Visit my fundraising page at www.justgiving.com/nicolamiller and make a secure online payment of £5 (more if you like!) direct to Crisis.
2. When you are prompted to leave a message, make sure you write ‘Chocolate Pub Quiz’ so that I know you want to come (rather than just make a donation).
3. When you arrive on the night, head upstairs to join the quiz in time for a 7pm start. No tickets will be issued.
4. If you are buying places for more than one person i.e. to be in a quiz team with you, please make the appropriate multiple payments and include their names (email me if this is easier).

Or:
1. Pay me (cash only) on the night
2. You’ll need to email me in advance with your name and anybody else you’ll be bringing along and I’ll assign you to a team if there are fewer than six of you.


Thanks – hopefully see some RW forum members there!

Nicola
www.justgiving.com/nicolamiller
28/03/2007 at 16:17
www.justgiving.com/mornahill

Hi everyone,

My first forum post and my first marathon! I'm running the FLM 2007 to raise money for Save the Rhino (can you guess what they do?). Through their rhino conservation work Save the Rhino also help to save large tracts of habitat together with co-dependent species.

So...if you like rhinos, or if you like animals or people that live near rhinos then please spare a few minutes to sponsor me!

Good luck to eveyone running the FLM,
Morna
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