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    Weʼve raised £1,195 to buy new sports wheelchairs in varying sizes which will help more people with disabilities try tennis and become regular players...

    Edinburgh, United Kingdom
    Funded on Monday, 31st December 2018

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    In order to raise the £1000 required to purchase new sports wheelchairs for the programme Michael will be completing a 10K using a sports wheelchair at Craiglockhart Tennis Centre on Sunday 17th June.

    Michael will be pushing the chair round a 246 metre route on the indoor tennis courts so in order to go the distance he'll need to do it 41 times.

    Any donation is appreciated whether little or large and will go towards purchasing new sports wheelchairs in varying sizes to help more people with disabilities play tennis at the centre and around Edinburgh and the Lothians!

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    • Michael Millar7 months ago
      Michael Millar

      Michael Millar

      7 months ago

      Absolutely delighted to announce that we've been awarded grant funding for two general purpose sports wheelchairs from the Dan Maskell Tennis Trust! This means that we will pay £250 towards each chair (approx value of each chair is close to £1k). They've also agreed that we can re-apply for another two in the future. Buzzing is an understatement..... Many thanks again to all those who donated towards the chairs!

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    • Michael Millar9 months ago
      Michael Millar

      Michael Millar

      9 months ago

      Just thought I'd post a quick update on the wheelchairs... The total raised (including what's here at JustGiving and the bake sale we ran at the event) was £1241.00. I currently have open discussions with a couple of wheelchair manufacturers and some trusts with the aim of making the money go as far as possible. I will keep everyone posted and rest assured the chairs will be here as soon as possible - I'm sure we'd all agree that five chairs would be better than two! Thanks again for your support!

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    • Michael Millar1 year ago
      Michael Millar

      Michael Millar

      1 year ago
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    1 year ago

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    Supporters

    43

    • Conal & Sam

      Conal & Sam

      Oct 5, 2018

      £20.00

    • Angie Dean

      Angie Dean

      Jul 1, 2018

      Well done great effort!

      £10.00

    • Leila

      Leila

      Jun 20, 2018

      Well done Michael. Sorry we missed your challenge. Hope the blisters are healing 😁😁

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jun 19, 2018

      Donation from Devi Sridhar (Lea & Kian).

      £200.00

    • Neil Moncrieff

      Neil Moncrieff

      Jun 19, 2018

      Great cause and well done.

      £10.00

    • Lorraine Stronach

      Lorraine Stronach

      Jun 17, 2018

      Well done Michael! Fab cause- hope you smash your target!

      £20.00

    • andrew forsyth

      andrew forsyth

      Jun 16, 2018

      Well done Michael, from Juno

      £20.00

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    Michael Millar

    Michael Millar

    Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    Based at Craiglockhart Tennis Centre in Edinburgh, Advantage is a disability tennis programme that works to help people with additional support needs, learning difficulties and physical disabilities play tennis at a recreational and competitive level.

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