THE DEBT ADVISOR IS TAKING PART IN THE MANCHESTER RUN!
The Debt Advisor is excited to announce that we are again taking part in the Manchester 10k Run. The trainers have been dusted off and training is now underway for the eight runners taking part who will be joining 40,000 people for Britain’s leading 10k running event on Sunday 10th of May 2015.
We are aiming to raise over £1,000 for our company charity Francis House – Caring for children with a short life expectancy.
Francis House provides care for children and young adults with life threatening conditions, whilst also providing support and friendship for the whole family. In times of need for Francis House endeavour, through their flexible child centred service to support them through their difficult times.
Francis House provides an environment where families can receive professional care, support and friendship. They offer families the opportunity to make the most of the time they have left with their loved child and create everlasting memories.
Your help will enable us to support Francis House in continuing their mission to aid as many families dealing with a life threatening illness as possible and give them the chance to allow those in need, a reprieve from their struggles.
This year The Debt Advisor has eight runners flying the flag for Francis House, both through fundraising and promoting awareness on the day itself these are: Bev Budsworth, Ian Taylor, James Darrell, Karen Francis, Konstantinos Milopoulos, Michael Ashford, Molly Monks and Paul Sadler. Over the next few months we will be aiming to raise funds through events that will be announced on our blog which will include a cake sale and other fundraising activities.
We really appreciate any support and donations you can give for this very worthy cause and are cautiously looking forward to running!
To donate please visit our Money Giving page here.
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