Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page for Action for Stammering Children on behalf of the Michael Palin Centre
WHY DO WE WANT TO GIVE
Anybody that knows us will understand the journey so far with our daughter, and the struggles and challenges that she undertakes on a daily basis.
In 2013 we were very fortunate to be invited to the Michael Palin Centre in London, where we took part in a 2 week intensive programme, with a further 1 year follow up. This was specifically aimed to help children & parents to cope & understand how to deal with all aspects of stammering.
Because of the outstanding help & support that we have received from the Michael Palin Centre & Action for Stammering Children, we know how important it is for such work to continue for other families that will benefit. Please help us to say thank you, and give back a little something.
ABOUT OUR SUNDAY 30th April 2017 FUNDRAISING EVENT
Our event is a Run or Cycle (Or Walk if you prefer) from Herne Bay Clock Tower to Margate Clock Tower along the Viking Coastal Route. We leave Herne Bay at 10am and arrive at your leisure at Margate. Drinks & refreshments will be provided along the route.
So either join in with us, or if you can't make it and just want to donate a little something, we will be truly grateful.
WHAT WE WOULD LIKE TO ACHIEVE WITH YOUR HELP
This is the fourth year we have organised this event. Last year was extremely successful and we raised more than £1,200!!!!
This year we would like to reach at least £2,000!!!!.........WE KNOW WE CAN DO IT with your help.
A BIG THANK YOU
A massive thank you to everybody who helped raise last years' total, and of course to all the staff at the Michael Palin Centre on behalf of Action for Stammering Children
HOW TO DONATE
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The Holness family