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£260raised of £200 target by 14 supporters

    Weʼve raised £260 to Runinng the Bann 10k for Northern Ireland Assistance Dogs (NIAD)

    Funded on Saturday, 11th August 2018

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    I’m running the Bann 10k on the 23rd of may on behalf of Northern Ireland Assistant Dogs (NIAD). This is an amazing charity that helps train and provide dogs for diabetics who have lost their hypo awareness. Any donations of any amount would be greatly appreciated.



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      • Gareth Briggs

        Gareth Briggs

        May 27, 2018

        Well done Jordan


      • Stephen Gamble

        Stephen Gamble

        May 24, 2018


      • Debra Kinley

        Debra Kinley

        May 23, 2018

        Well done Jordan!!🎉Debra k


      • Michael Okane

        Michael Okane

        May 23, 2018


      • Cathy Scott

        Cathy Scott

        May 23, 2018

        Fair play - good luck


      • Berenice Campbell

        Berenice Campbell

        May 23, 2018

        Good luck Jordan 👍


      • Wendy McKibbin

        Wendy McKibbin

        May 23, 2018

        From Anne-Marie and Jordan's friend Craig


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      Jordan McKibbin

      Jordan McKibbin

      NIAD is a volunteer team who are dedicated to improving the quality of life for people who have Diabetes & have lost their hypo-awareness by training dog's to alert them before their blood sugars fall to a dangerous level.

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