Event: Namibia Desert Marathon 2010 on 31/05/2010
Team Members: Tamara Hinton
£3,214.00 raised of £3,000.00 target
£3,214.00 raised so far
How to make a donation
Donate online at - www.justgiving.com/Tamara-Hinton
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By text message to donate £10 Text £10
A thank you of enormous proportions goes out to everyone who helped me exceed 100% of my fundraising goal! I am truly grateful for your support.
Your contributions will help Nepalese children who are living below the poverty line, malnourished, unable to complete primary education, and at risk of dying before their fifth birthday. Your donations pay for these children to learn a vocation and gain employment, receive treatment for preventable illnesses, or simply have a nutritious meal and a safe place to sleep at night.
If you have not yet contributed, you can still do so for a bit longer. I leave for the race in Namibia on May 21.
Again, I extend a heartfelt thank you for your generosity.
Dear Friends and Family,
Welcome to the fundraising website I have created in connection with running the Namibia Desert Marathon next May! I am fundraising for CWS (Child Welfare Scheme), which is dedicated to helping disadvantaged children in Nepal.
Why the Namibia marathon? I thought this was the perfect way to combine my passions for running and traveling together. As many of you know, I have already completed a couple of marathons in the U.S. and have always wanted to run an international marathon. Running one in the oldest desert in the world seemed like the next logical step! This time I wanted to make the experience more meaningful. I have never fundraised for a marathon, but I would be grateful to have your support as I pledge to raise £ 3000 ($5,000) for CWS in Nepal.
Why CWS? This is one of the charities associated with the race and it struck me as a noble cause. The story behind the organization's beginning may remind many of you of the book Three Cups of Tea and the power of one person to make a difference. You can read more about CWS at this link: http://www.cwsuk.org/about_us/
Last year alone, CWS helped more than 13,000 children obtain free health care, more than 500 children have a safe place to play while their parents were at work, and over 5,000 Nepalese mothers learn how to look after their own health and the health of their children. Nepal is the least developed country in Asia with years of conflict worsening the poverty. Out of every 100 children in Nepal, 42 live below the poverty line, 48 will be malnourished, 42 will be involved in child labor, 39 will not complete primary education, and 7 will die before their 5 birthday. Your donation goes a long way in Nepal, for example:
$8 (£ 5) could help educate a Nepalese child by providing him/her with books for a year.
$16 (£ 10) could provide medical help for a child living in a remote mountain community.
$41 (£ 25) could prevent health problems and accidents associated with traditional stoves, by building an improved cooking stove for a family in Nepal.
$65 (£ 40) could provide protection and safety for a girl at high risk of abuse, by paying for an emergency home for a month.
$82 (£ 50) could mean a street child no longer has to go hungry by buying them a meal every day for a year.
CWS is based in London, and therefore is only able to accept your contribution in United Kingdom Pounds (£). I apologize in advance for any inconvenience or confusion this may cause you. Please use the following quick “cheat sheet” for currency conversion.
If you would like to give:
$15 = £ 9
I am excited about this new adventure and inspired to use it to help others less fortunate. I hope to share with you pictures and tales upon my return. Thank you for your support!
Raising money for
Charity Registration No. 1106156
Kidasha supports disadvantaged children in Nepal. Working in partnership with the local community, we enable children to fulfil their potential by improving their wellbeing, supporting their development and reducing the impact of discrimination and social injustice.
Donation by Bob Stuart on 01/03/10
Donation by Linda Lickliter on 01/03/10
Well done is better than well said. - Benjamin Franklin
Donation by Brent Blevins on 26/02/10
You are an inspiration! Run, girl, RUN!!!!
Donation by Hilary Gevondyan on 24/02/10
Donation by The Flanders on 18/02/10
Good luck and drink plenty!
Donation by Anonymous on 13/02/10
Good luck and Godspeed!
Donation by Merritt on 11/02/10
Run like the wind my child!
Donation by Jeff Buhl on 11/02/10
Kick some racing butt and have fun in Namibia. The kids in Nepal are greatful to have you on their side
Donation by James Tsantes on 10/02/10
Donation by Rachel & Jeannie on 04/02/10
Thank you to all who attended/donated to the Capitol Hill Fundraiser. These are the proceeds raised from the event. Thank you!
Donation by Tamara Hinton on 02/02/10
Donation by Bernie & Gail Hogg on 30/01/10
Hope you run like the Namibian lizards with two feet off the ground at all times!
Donation by Frank & Gloria on 29/01/10
Donation by Anonymous on 28/01/10
Donation by Anonymous on 28/01/10
Good Luck Tamara!!! Sorry it is a small amount and sorry I cannot make it tonight, but I know you will do awesome!!!!
Donation by Olivia Vickers on 27/01/10
May God Bless you on your journey!
Donation by Debra Coffey on 26/01/10
Donation by Nathan Fretz on 21/01/10
The world awaits your presence
Donation by John Galt on 13/01/10
Donation by Dennis G. Case on 13/01/10
Can I write a story about you for the RI magazine? Please. Please.
Donation by Nancy Sorrells on 07/01/10
I hope you enjoy! Good Luck
Donation by Andrew Brandt on 06/01/10
Donation by Elizabeth Godfrey on 05/01/10
Donation by Scott Shelton on 14/12/09
A terrific cause, saw it first hand.
Donation by Dan on 14/12/09
- * Online donations£3,164.00
- Offline donations£50.00
- Text donations£0.00
- Total raised£3,214.00
- Gift Aid£112.82
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