Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Please note that all planned face-to-face fundraising events due to take place in the next few months are currently cancelled or postponed. However we are running online events where possible. For more information please see individual events listed on our events page.
Please contact Sarah Cobb in the Fundraising Team on 07729 102266 if you have urgent questions regarding events
Fancy taking on a challenge for Reach?
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Inspiration..... Whether it's swimming, running or biking there are plenty of organised events out there. If you would like to raise money for Reach we have downloadable sponsor form here, or set up a JustGiving page here. Here are a few ideas to inspire you:
- Fancy something a bit messy? Tough Mudder: http://toughmudder.co.uk/
- Swim Serpentine: https://www.swimserpentine.co.uk/
- Great North Run: https://www.greatrun.org/great-north-run
- Cycle Live, Nottingham: http://cyclelivenottingham.co.uk/
- Skydive Langar: http://www.skydivelangar.co.uk/
For assistance with your fundraising ideas please call Sarah on 01636 819066.
Current Challenge Event Participants
Charlotte's Story - London Marathon 2020
Southwell mum and business woman Charlotte Bond is currently training for her 6th London Marathon. She’s aiming to raise £3000 for Reach in recognition of the support that her daughter Amelia receives each week from us.
Charlotte explains why she is running for Reach. "Amelia was born with Down’s syndrome, but that does not define who she is. Amelia is a twenty-year old tour de force! A bright, funny, kind and engaging young lady in her own right. Her journey to adulthood would not have been so successful were it not for the support of Reach. I cannot praise the ethos of this organisation or its staff enough for their care, nurturing and support of my daughter’s transition from school/college into fostering as independent a life as possible for her within our community. The work of Reach is vital to ensure that Amelia and her contemporaries will eventually reach their maximum potential in life skills, including total inclusion within society with full access to all the social activities that many of us take for granted.
The London Marathon 2020 is not about me. It’s not about ‘running a time’ or who I am. That’s irrelevant. This is about asking for your support while raising awareness of the astonishing work that Reach do every day on behalf of all their clients. I am aiming to raise £3,000 to help ensure the charity’s brilliant work continues and to benefit all Reach service users."
This year’s London Marathon takes place on 26th April and we wish Charlotte all the best in her training.