Fran's first half marathon!

Frances Hiller

Target: £500.00

Raised:£0.00

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Start Date: 21-Jun-2011

End Date: 16-Oct-2011

Event Date: 09-Oct-2011

About my fundraising

On Sunday 9th October 2011, I will be running my first half marathon, which will be a big achievement for this sport-averse woman! I'd much rather be doing a nice yoga class. So, since I may never do such a long run again, I want to make it count by raising as much money as possible for the charity Invest in ME.

My beloved husband has suffered from ME/CFS for over a decade. It's an illness that is still poorly understood, and there is a great deal of misinformation and prejudice surrounding it. Invest in ME campaigns for and funds biomedical research, which is desperately needed. The charity is run entirely by volunteers, so all money raised goes directly to biomedical research.

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Richard SimpsonEveryclick Search£0.17Every search raises money
AnonymousEveryclick Search£0.21Every search raises money
R Simpsondonation13-Aug-2011£10.00£2.50Thanks Fran. Good luck and hope you enjoy this
Gráinnedonation06-Jul-2011£10.00£2.50Best of luck!
FranEveryclick Search£0.01Every search raises money
Anonymousdonation23-Jun-2011£25.00£6.25Glad to support your efforts in this fundraising, go well!
Kathleen McCalldonation20-Jun-2011£10.00Good luck Fran & thanks very much
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

My fundraising page is raising money for Invest In Me Research

About this charity

TO PROMOTE AND PROTECT THE PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH OF SUFFERERS OF MYALGIC ENCEPHALOMYELITIS TH...more

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