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Swim for Life 5km Challenge

Dearest potential doner, thanks for diving into my fundraising page. Here, I am collecting sponsorship for a 5km swim that I will be completing on 28th September (note the affirmation!) for the financial benefit of tenovus cancer care and selfish benefit of my own health.

My story. I've learned a lot about sports injuries lately, following a half marathon that I was probably ill prepared for. I've spent at least 10 uncomfortable months making a poor attempt at stretching myself back to normality whilst taking the opportunity to gorge on unhealthy food options, but this isn't sustainable. So I've signed up with a great physio (specialist in women's health don't you know) and sought out a suitably motivating challenge to focus the mind.

I figured I'd jump in at the deep end with a 10km swim to get back into the swing of things. Thankfully a wave of sense washed over me and realised that 5km might be more realistic. Having started training, it turns out it's still quite a long way! No problem I thought, a 30 min swim before work on a Thursday morning will set me up nicely; imagine my surprise when a Google search revealed 10 week 5k swim training plans with 3x~70minute+ swims per week! Oh ok then...
All this to justify a new pair of goggles.
From the charity perspective, I once saw the Tenovus choir perform alongside Cardiff Charity Orchestra. They were great, but the most memorable thing was hearing the stories of cancer survivors and the positive impact that Tenovus had on their 'cancer experience'. It clearly meant a lot to these folks. This is only a small part of the work Tenovus does, but it sounds like it makes a big impact. A fair whack of their budget goes on research too. So here's to ending Cancer, and to making life better for those unfortunate enough to endure it.

Mark Roe

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Smalls for All

Smalls for All® is a charity which collects and distributes underwear to help women and children in Africa and (from 1 August 2019) the UK. For some people, pants and bras are an unaffordable luxury. But they can make a life-changing difference. For example, having pants can help teenage girls complete their education without having to miss school each month during their period. The underwear we collect has gone to many African countries including Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Namibia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zanzibar. We partner with other specialist charities to help us reach those in need. This includes people living in orphanages, slums, IDP camps and schools, as well as those in hospitals suffering from medical conditions like obstetric fistula. For her work with Smalls, our founder Maria Macnamara has received a 'point of light' award, been honoured with an MBE and awarded an honorary doctorate by the Open University.Smalls for All is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Charity No: SC041689

Read more... Registered Charity Number: SC041689

Spreading the Happiness

Spreading the Happiness (STH) is a registered charity in England and helps families living below the poverty line with holiday hunger. The issue comes when schools are on holiday and families find it difficult to feed the children during these time. The charity supplies food hampers to help over the difficult period. 

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Nora Carlin founded the charity after seeing the pictures of little Aylun Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach. It brought home to her the tragedy and seriousness of the Syrian refugee crisis.Sending containers of aid to refugeesCare UK Charity collects and distributes practical items and medical aid to people in need. End of line, unwanted or excess stock items are sorted, packed and loaded onto 40 ft containers at our Northwich Depot, leaving for the refugees in Syria, Greece, or the Greek Islands.Helping people who have almost nothingCare UK Charity's Homes Team also assists refugees who have settled in the UK and local people referred by Social Services or other charities. These people often have almost nothing available to them to set up home or conduct their lives. The Care UK Homes Team are always in urgent need of furniture, household items and soft furnishings, in order to create a comfortable home from home.You can make a differenceMore importantly, you will be helping people in need, families with children trying to survive in horrendous conditions both here in the UK and overseas.Thank updates of our work are posted on Facebook and Twitter

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