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£1,310raised of £600 target by 61 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,310 to raise funds for 3 charities very close to my heart: If U Care Share Foundation, MS Society and Cancer Research UK

    Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
    Funded on Monday, 20th August 2018

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    Story

    I hate exercise, especially running! I'm 54 and I've never run in my life. I am more unfit than the unfittest person on Planet Unfit!

    But on 18th July, I will be running my 1st (and probably only!) 5k run in the historic city of Durham. I am doing this in memory of my late husband Ian, who died by suicide in October 2014, to raise money for 3 charities.

    The If U Care Share Foundation is the official charity partner for the Durham City Fun Run but I want to raise more money for them. They are a County Durham based organisation providing support to those of us bereaved by suicide as well as working with people and organisations across the UK to promote positive mental health and encouraging us all to talk more openly.

    The other 2 charities are Cancer Research UK and the Multiple Sclerosis Society. I have lost and have family and friends affected by these 2 horrible conditions.

    My aim is to raise £100 for each of the 3 charities, £300 in total.

    I would appreciate anything you can give - I deserve a couple of quid just for getting my sports bra on (who on earth designed such a contraption!). And next time I raise money for charity, I'll remind myself to do something I enjoy e.g. hugging baby elephants!

    Thank you

    Hilary xx

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    • Hilary Snowdon4 months ago
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      Hilary Snowdon

      4 months ago

      Thank you so so much to everyone who donated. With cash donations, a total of £1700 has been raised. I hated every second of the 5k run - but I did it (and I won't be doing another one! Hilary xx

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    • Hilary Snowdon8 months ago
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      8 months ago
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    • Hilary Snowdon8 months ago
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      Hilary Snowdon

      8 months ago
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      Woohoo - thank you sooooo much xxx

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    8 months ago

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    Page last updated on: 8/21/2018 9:48 AM

    Supporters

    61

    • Sharon Kinninmonth

      Sharon Kinninmonth

      Aug 2, 2018

      Well done you clever lady xxx

      £10.00

    • Jeff Goldthorpe

      Jeff Goldthorpe

      Jul 27, 2018

      Well done Hillary (I assumed it went well)Just got back from leave so a bit behind the times.

      £50.00

    • Farzan

      Farzan

      Jul 25, 2018

      Well done Hilary!

    • Tizzy

      Tizzy

      Jul 23, 2018

      Well done Hilary! xx

      £10.00

    • Michele Ince

      Michele Ince

      Jul 19, 2018

      Congratulations on a successful run! I knew you could do it!

      £20.00

    • Lyn Eustace

      Lyn Eustace

      Jul 19, 2018

      Well done! So proud of you xxx

      £50.00

    • Tracey

      Tracey

      Jul 18, 2018

      I knew you’d do it-proud of you (all)

      £10.00

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    Hilary Snowdon

    Hilary Snowdon

    Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

    My husband Ian, died by suicide in 2014. Since then I have been determined to reduce the stigma associated with poor mental health and suicide (including for those of us left behind).

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