The Virgin Money London Marathon is just 38 days away and we’re excited to have so many fundraisers running in the name of Walking With The Wounded. Each entrant taking part for WWTW is raising money to support the re-training and re-education of wounded servicemen and women, and we want to extend a special thank you and good luck with their fundraising and training!
Take a look at the WWTW runners and please donate to help them reach their targets.
Having climbed Kilimanjaro last year with the ‘Kili Girls’ and raised a staggering amount for WWTW, Alice is off on a far less vertical adventure this time.
Ian works at Willis and describes the decision to do this marathon as ‘the next stage of my mid-life crisis!’. Donate to his Virgin Money Giving Page.
Jack Bryan and Ryan Godfrey
Jack and Ryan form the ‘Catlin Crazy Cats’, working for the company Catlin who sponsored and supported the recent WWTW South Pole Expedition. Wish them luck and help them reach their target through their Virgin Money Giving Page!
Phillippa has wanted to run the London Marathon for years, but never got around to it until now! She’s got two months to train and feels like she has a long way to go – give her a boost and donate to her Virgin Money Giving Page.
Nikolas works for Robert Walters and is looking to raise a target of £5,000 by running the London Marathon. Support his efforts by donating to his Just Giving Page!
Colin is the owner of On A Mission Fitness and his fitness instructors are all ex-military, giving a military edge to outdoor fitness training. He’s training hard for the London Marathon, so support him and donate to his Virgin Money Giving Page.
Polly works with us at Walking With The Wounded and decided that after seeing so many inspirational people achieve their goals, she needed to join the ranks and take on her own challenge. Make her strife worth it by donating to her Virgin Money Giving Page.
Alongside these fantastic fundraisers, members of the Virgin Money South Pole Allied Challenge 2013 teams are also running and you can follow their training progress through voice blogs on the website:
Good luck everyone!