9 amazing Team RAFT runners pounded the streets of London for 26.2 miles on Sunday 28 April, to complete the 2019 Virgin London Marathon. We are so grateful for their help in raising funds for RAFT’s life-changing research. It’s not too late to support them in their fundraising efforts- please see below for links to their donation pages!
Garry is one of three RAFT runners from Inland Homes. Garry and his colleagues, Byron and Oliver (see more below), have joined forces to raise invaluable funds for RAFT’s research.
Click here to support Garry.
“Taking part in the London Marathon has been a long standing aspiration of mine for years. Much like myself, many people fail to gain a space to take part in this world renowned event and for this reason, I am extremely grateful to RAFT for offering me such an amazing opportunity.”
Click here to support Byron.
“Having suffered a severely fractured foot myself 8 years ago resulting in multiple surgeries I am able to have a small appreciation for the work that RAFT do to help people get back on their feet.”
Click here to support Oliver.
“I am running the London Marathon in April 2019 for RAFT because of the amazing work they can do for burns victims….Any size sponsorship would be greatly appreciated so please dig deep into your pockets and help towards RAFT charity. ”
Click here to support Des.
Jose ran the marathon in memory of his grandfather who ran the same marathon a number of years ago.
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Rebecca ran the marathon for her partner, Matthew Roberts, and together they are raising money for both RAFT and the Breast Cancer Now charity.
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Bob Jenkins, Rob Jenkins and Rhys Fesnoux
Bob Jenkins is a RAFT patron and a true legend. The 2019 London Marathon was his 22nd, which is incredible in itself. But even more amazing is the fact that he completed it at the age of 82! And for the 2nd year running, 3 generations of his family took part – Bob will be ran with his son Rob, and grandson Rhys.
Click here to support them.