Over the past few years I have fundraised for a number of different charities close to my heart. I am a strong advocate for helping those who help others and if I can do something crazy and raise money for those people, then for me there is nothing better!
In under 2 years, I've managed to raise over £2000 for a number of charities, and will continue to find crazy things to do to help even more people.
In 2018, I am focusing my fundraising efforts towards The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, SSAFA and Team Rubicon UK.
If you have any ideas or need volunteers for crazy challenges, let me know as I'm usually more than willing to get involved.
Equally, if you're planning an amazing journey or want to share a story about your fundraising, I'm happy to host guest posts!
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On July the 15th I'm taking part in a 50k ultra marathon - 1 day of Race to The Stones - in order to raise funds for this fantastic organisation, which I am proud to be a part of.
In 2017 I completed The Duke of Edinburgh's Award #DofEChallenge, to help get more young people involved! I ran a half marathon, skydived over Salisbury Plain and cycled The Trafalgar Way from Falmouth to London!
I raised £808.40 for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award
Kilimanjaro for Guillain-Barre (GAIN)
I decided to climb Mt Kilimanjaro to raise money for research in to this very rare disease. I had a target of £500 and managed to eventually raise £1097.50.
Find out more here.
Tough Mudder for BCRT
In 2015 I ran Tough Mudder in order to raise money for a charity close to my heart, The Bone Cancer Research Trust, after the loss of one of my best friends from university to this horrible illness, raising £330 towards research.