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Closed 30/09/2016

raised of £800 target by 55 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,495 to Support Aiden Thomas and Thomas Reddington

    Funded on Friday, 30th September 2016

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    The Incentive QAS ‘Quads’ will be tackling this years Rough Runner 5K obstacle race on Clapham Common on the 17th September 2016. Two teams of four, made up of a mixture of abilities and job roles will be racing to complete the course in the fastest time.

    The reason we have all signed up to endure this gruelling test of strength and stamina is to raise funds for two exceptionally brave and determined boys with Cerebral Palsy, Aiden Thomas and Thomas Reddington.

    There are many that choose not to embark on events such as Rough Runner. Aiden and Thomas don’t have that choice, which is why we are running for them. Please help us help them.

    Aiden was born ten weeks prematurely along with his twin brother, Owen on 1 January 2010. Both boys spent 8 weeks in neonatal intensive and special care before being allowed home.

    At a routine yearly check up we were told by his paediatrician that Aiden had Cerebral Palsy and that he would be a wheelchair user. Aiden was diagnosed with Spastic Diplegia which means that his brain was sending signals to the muscles in his legs and right arm and causing them to be stiff and stopped him using them properly.

    Following an operation called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) undertaken in St Louis Missouri in 2012 it was predicted that with intense physiotherapy, Aiden would become an independent walker in all environments.

    Thomas is 7 and he has Spastic Quadriplegia, which is a form of Cerebral Palsy that affects both his upper and lower limbs.

    Thomas can’t stand or walk, he has a manual wheelchair, which he is super fast in and is continually improving his mobility through it’s use.

    Thomas and Aiden require continued support through fundraising to allow them to continue their progress and all funds raised through this campaign will be split equally between these two fantastically brave young boys.



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      • mark yull

        mark yull

        Sep 29, 2016

        well done to everyone, a fantastic cause and the video of jumping jay is so funny..


      • Elaine Day

        Elaine Day

        Sep 28, 2016

        Well done Laura and team! A fantastic cause.


      • Haydn


        Sep 23, 2016

        Didn't see enough groaning on Monday.....


      • Donna


        Sep 22, 2016

        Well done Lightening Tim and co, fabulous achievement for a wonderful cause x


      • Claire Russell

        Claire Russell

        Sep 20, 2016


      • Mark Shirley

        Mark Shirley

        Sep 20, 2016

        £20 for the 110 Bishopsgate team. Well done.


      • Craig Pickard

        Craig Pickard

        Sep 19, 2016

        Well done IQAS team!


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