For My Donor
Walking 150k along the Peddars Way & Norfolk Coastal Path to fund a new 'off-road' wheelchair for Stacie
Stacie has been given limited time to enjoy the rest of her life. This was a chance to allow Stacie gain some of her life back and inspire others along the way with her stories of ‘Stacie on the roads. Via crowdfunding we quickly went through our initial target, raising £11,000 with a further £350 to Special Olympics Norfolk.
Life Is Worth The Fight
The money has been used to buy three Mountain Trike wheelchairs that will be lent out, free of charge, to other people in Stacie's position.
Competing in the Transplant Games in aid of Special Olympics Norfolk
I have spent a large part of my free time volunteering with adults who have learning disabilities as it shows me that any obstacle can be overcome with just a little help. So to honour my donor and to help those people that inspire me so much I will be competing at the British Transplant Games in Liverpool. It's been nearly 20 years since I last competed and as yet I've never won a medal.
Providing sports training and competition for people from across Norfolk UK of all ages with intellectual disabilities.
10k run through the Olympic park in aid of GOSH
To celebrate my 21st year I completed the Great Newham London 10k finishing in the Olympic sing care Three young transplant patients have made an impact on me and all benefitted from the support and care of Great Ormond Street He Street either before, during and after their transplant. For Eloise, Theo and Ella, Great Ormond Street Hospital is a fantastic place that offers superb continuing care.
The hospital is dedicated to children’s healthcare and to finding new and better ways to treat childhood illnesses.
Memorial walk through Dovedale
I already had in my mind where I wanted to leave my flowers, and it's something I hope could become an annual event with other transplantees or donor families joining me. I already had in my mind where I wanted to leave my flowers, and it's something I hope could become an annual event with other transplantees or donor families joining me. 20 years had passed and it finally felt like I had found a place to be a peace with my donor.
Dove Dale is one of, if not the most beautiful limestone dale in Britain.
if visited at the right time, such as a quiet weekday, it can be a very peaceful walk.
5K walk with friends go the Hamlet Centre and Norwich City
I'm lucky enough to work with many great volunteers and as part of an overall fundraising effort I set up the 'Yellow Army Walk'. This involved members, friends and family all walking together round the old playing field of Norwich City Football Club at Newmarket Road. A fully inclusive activity for all.
The Hamlet Charity
Most of the money was raised by individuals being sponsored for their own 5k's including one young lad with autism who raised over £900 on his own!
Dedicated to the memory of my organ donor who has given me a precious extra two decades of extra life.
Follow up to 'For My Donor' launched. The Big Bad Wolf is out now on Amazon.
Oct 8, 2016
Over £1000 raised for Special Olympics Norfolk following the transplant games.
Aug 22, 2016
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