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£3,685
raised of £1,000 target by 112 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,685 to assist good causes, particularly those dealing with Hughes Syndrome or Lupus-related conditions.

    Funded on Tuesday, 5th October 2021

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    The Sonia Marsh Trust is a small non-profit making fund that aims to raise money to assist good causes – primarily those dealing with Lupus or Lupus-related medical issues. It was founded by Sonia Marsh’s family in memory of Sonia.

    Our latest fund-raiser is in two parts. 1. Sonia's four grandchildren will be walking three miles; and 2. Sonia's husband and her two sons will be walking from Sonia's favourite restaurant in Covent Garden to her home. We are hoping that our friends and family will support our endeavours by donating to The Sonia Marsh Trust.

    Sonia passed away on 22nd September 2013 after suffering a stroke – she had Hughes' Syndrome (Sticky Blood) and Lupus.

    She was born on 5th October 1962, and was brought up in Downe, Kent. She spent much of her time as a child playing at her grandparents’ farm in Biggin Hill (the Trust’s logo represents this…).

    Sonia was a generous person who supported many good causes - the annual get-togethers in her garden for friends and family raised in excess of £3,000 over the years that was donated to various local charities.

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    • James Marsh3 years ago
      James Marsh

      James Marsh

      3 years ago

      The Marsh family would like to thank everybody who has supported The Sonia Marsh Trust, we are overwhelmed by your generosity. Our next step will involve us having discussions with those in the Hughes' Syndrome, and possibly the Lupus world to decide where your money will be most effectively used - we will keep you all updated via The Sonia Marsh Trust Fund Facebook page. We are determined to do all we can to help in the fight against this wicked health condition.

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    • James Marsh3 years ago
      James Marsh

      James Marsh

      3 years ago

      The walk has started...

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    • James Marsh3 years ago
      James Marsh

      James Marsh

      3 years ago

      Today we are undertaking the second phase of the Sonia Marsh Trust challenge - an epic walk from Rules restaurant in Covent Garden back home. We’ll keep you posted throughout the day...

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    Supporters

    112

    • HEREDITARY CHAPTER

      HEREDITARY CHAPTER

      May 14, 2021

      Best wishes from all of the Companions

      £95.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      May 8, 2021

      Well done all, especially the little ones! Xx

      £15.00

    • Jason Russell

      Jason Russell

      Apr 23, 2021

      £30.00

    • Tony Pring

      Tony Pring

      Apr 22, 2021

      Well done from "ikky"

      £25.00

    • Simon Clare

      Simon Clare

      Apr 20, 2021

      Good job!

      £30.00

    • Julie and Jamie Newman

      Julie and Jamie Newman

      Apr 20, 2021

      £50.00

    • Alison Afford

      Alison Afford

      Apr 19, 2021

      Well done to you all of you - lovely to see the photos.

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