Accumulated 24 Hour Bike Ride
Event: John Gartland's fundraising
£2,023.50 raised of £2,000.00 target
£2,023.50 raised so far
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Charity fundraiser to raise awareness of Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS).
Hayley Watson, a close friend of ours, was diagnosed with GBS last year. She wanted to change the lives of those unfortunate children in Africa by coaching football to raise aids awareness. Unfortunately, she had an illergic reaction to an injection that was required to go out to Africa, which led to the development of GBS. This has left her paralysed from the neck downwards, but is continuing to make slow progress in her way to recovery. As GBS is a rare condition, there is still alot of research that needs to be carried out. Therefore, we plan to raise awareness and try to raise as much money as possible.
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Charity Registration No. 327314
Since 1985, the GBS Support Group has supported those affected by the neuropathies Guillain-Barré syndrome and CIDP, and their clinical variants. The Charity provides information and support to sufferers and their families and aims to raise awareness of the illnesses amongst both medical professionals and the general public. It raises funds for cutting-edge research into the illnesses.
- * Online donations£1,523.50
- Offline donations£500.00
- Text donations£0.00
- Total raised£2,023.50
- Gift Aid£361.50
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