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running the London Marathon on 21 April for The Emily Jordan Foundation because they support Adults with Autism

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  • Event: Virgin London Marathon 2013, 21 Apr 2013

The Emily Jordan Foundation

It helps individuals with moderate learning and physical disabilities. These individuals find it difficult, if not impossible, to find paid employment in a very competitive workplace. The Emily Jordan Foundation aims to provide an environment in which they will be able to contribute to society and therefore lead more fulfilled lives.

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Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

I'm running around London with a few thousand others on 21st  April  to raise money for AA ( No, not Alcoholics Anonymous !) but for Adults with Autism.

Monies raised will go to the Emily Jordan Foundation, an organisation who amongst other things sponsor Spokes Cycles in Kidderminster.

Spokes is a fantastic initiative.They recycle old bikes and once refurbished then sell them on to the general public. The work force of around half a dozen is comprised of some adults on the autistic spectrum wonderfully and compassionately supported and encouraged by a small team of tireless and amazingly patient trainers.

Any donation however small would be more than welcome and should you be thinking of either scrapping your old bike or looking for a 'new' one check out Spokes.

http://www.spokes-uk.org/

 

 

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