Weʼre raising £2,000 to Mental Health
- London, United Kingdom, Dublin, Ireland
- 14 days to go
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For the year of 2018 I will be raising money for various mental health charities such as Mind and Pieta House. It's a topic I am so passionate about, but more importantly, it affects a huge proportion of the population and it's a weight on people's shoulders that needs lifting. I'll be taking part in monthly runs in the UK and Ireland and would be so appreciative if anyone would like to donate, support or join me on this mission to raise awareness. If not, then please remember the power of a simple conversation. Open up the topic of mental health and don't shy away from it. I know it's not as straightforward as that in most cases and I also know this won't be a game changer for the challenges involved in mental health. But it's a start. Just like a run, it's step by step.
Please get in contact if you'd like to join in, support, or even with any other fundraising ideas. Any support would mean the world.
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- 2 months ago
Heather Farrell2 months ago
Dublin marathon in less than three weeks! Almost at the £1,000 mark! Thank you for all the support 🙌🏻
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Nov 30, 2018
May have taken me the whole year but finally I have done it. Well done hezzie you’ve done amazing!
Nov 28, 2018
Almost there Heather well done!
Kate and John
Nov 12, 2018
You are totally amazing and a true inspiration. Well done. Xx
Nov 10, 2018
You go girl!!!
Nov 8, 2018
Weldone Heather! 😊
Oct 28, 2018
So proud of you gal! xxx
Oct 28, 2018
Well done you superstar
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About the fundraiser
London, United Kingdom, Dublin, Ireland
Aiming to raise awareness and funding for mental health. But most importantly trying to open up the conversation of mental health. The more we talk, the more we understand!