£570 Raised for a Wonderful Cause

By 29th September 2017 No Comments

Going the Extra 13.1 Miles for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices

On Sunday, I ran my first ever half marathon to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices, and was thrilled to raise an amazing £570.

It was so much harder than I thought it would be, and I couldn’t have got through it without the support of my wonderful dad who ran it with me, my family who came to support me, and the Business Cloud Integration team who sponsored me and cheered me on at the finish line!

We chose East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices because they are such a wonderful charity.

EACH provide support for families, children and young people living with life-threatening conditions across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk from diagnosis to end of life and throughout bereavement. They do this through a range of services delivered where the family wish – in their own home, at hospital, in the community or at one of their 3 hospices in Milton, Ipswich and Quidenham.

Below is a video that tells Tallulah’s story, and explains more about the work they do. It’s heartbreaking, and that’s what makes their work so important:

The team at EACH make a real difference to the lives of the children and families they work with, and hopefully everyone’s generous donations will help support the amazing work they do.

If you wish to make a donation, it’s not too late! Please visit my JustGiving page:

Business Cloud Integration Ltd are so pleased that we were able to raise so much money for such a worthwhile cause. Much to everyone’s amusement I have been hobbling around the office this week, but it’s totally worth it! A massive thank you to everyone for all your support!

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