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Go Dharmic

Barry Goudriaan's Everest Marathon Run

Barry Goudriaan is head physio-medicine lead for the Northamptonshire cricket team. He is running the Everest Marathon, raising money for Go Dharmic to build libraries for the underprivileged children in the schools in Nepal, India and South Africa.
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Barry Goudriaan has been an ambassador for Go Dharmic for years, attending events, promoting the charity to his network and fundraising. This time he is taking it to the next step, by running the Everest marathon in aid of Go Dharmic.

Originally from Rotterdam The Netherlands, Barry started his career as a Physiotherapist after graduating with a BSc in physiotherapy, at University in Rotterdam. He started his career as a Sports Physiotherapist in Rotterdam followed by a six month placement in Crete, Greece. After establishing himself as a Cricket Physiotherapist for Leicestershire CCC in 2003. He currently works for Northamptonshire County Cricket Club as Science and Medicine Lead and Head Physiotherapist. This season is his 16th consecutive with the Northamptonshire Steelbacks First Team. The Team won promotion and will be playing in Division One in the 2020 Domestic season! During his time as a Phyio Barry has honed his skills to support Performance Physiotherapy in consultancy work at Northampton Saints RFC and for ECB England Under 19 in a home Test & One Day International Series v India, courses at Chelsea Football Club and at Eric Cressey High Performance Centre in Boston, USA.

Sport for Good Charity Dinner 2019

On the 8th of November, Go Dharmic and the Northamponshire County Cricket Club will be hosting the Sport for Good Charity Dinner 2019, at the cricket clubs beautful ground in Northampton. The evening looks to be a great oppourtunity for networking in the sporting world, whilst raising money for a great cause, all money raised at the dinner will go towards Barry's fundraising target.

To buy tickets for the event, either donate the exact amount for the package you want on this Just Givng page and email nikita@godharmic.com to confirm your space, or buy tickets from this link Buy Tickets

About the Charity

Go Dharmic is a volunteering platform and charity who aim to solve social issues all around the world. They have a number of campaigns, including :

Feed Everyone where they hold feeding projects for the homeless in London and Luton feeding 400 people every week.

Shape a Future powered by GO Dharmic we have developed 38 learning spaces in underprivileged Government schools in India and Nepal.

Give Vision which provides funding for those who cannot afford to pay for medical procedures that will help them to regain their eyesight.

Mini Minds where children in poorly funded schools are given yoga and meditation classes to help them manage behavioural problems and learning difficulties. Along with these they also promote organic farming, compassion for animals and brilliance in sport and many more.

About the Marathon

The Everest Marathon is 26.6 miles long, and is a mixed terrain marathon. Barry will be running along paved paths, as well as suspension bridges, rocky staircases, uneven tracks and sandy scree. Although the devastating earthquake with a magnitude of 8.1 hit Nepal in 2015, there are many areas that are still struggling to recover, thus this is where the donations will help. The funds will go towards Go Dharmic providing education and sports facilities to Nepal schools.

About the charity

Go Dharmic

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Go Dharmic is a global movement for compassion inspiring acts of kindness. We have fed thousands of homeless people, conducted disaster relief camps and worked on many campaigns to make the world better. Our biggest campaign is to develop libraries for 1 million underprivileged children.

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