We couldn't be here for all those who need our support if it wasn't for the energy, enthusiasm and generosity of these fundraisers.
And if you're a Brain Tumour Support fundraiser yourself, however big or small, send us a picture so we can pin you up too!
Simon raised running the half marathon around Lake Vyrnwy on September And what’s more, he carried a giant inflatable hammer at the same time so attracted much attention and raised awareness for Hammer Out every step of the way!
On Saturday March 2013 at The Ramada Hotel, Bristol, Gail and Jayde Adams, mum and sister of Jenna Adams, hosted a grand charity ball in honour of Jenna’s life and as a fundraiser for Hammer Out. A night to remember which raised a fantastic
Terrific runs from Hammer Out supporters Vicki Roose (pictured) and Sam Langley in the Plymouth Half Marathon They both had very personal reasons for running and raised valuable funds to help our work.
Elly wore her Hammer Out running vest with pride as she ran the 2013 Bristol 10K in memory of her Dad, Matthew Robbins, who sadly died in 2010 after diagnosis of an inoperable brain tumour. As Hammer Out supported her family during her Dads illness, Elly now wants “people to hear about the great work this charity does for individuals living with Brain Tumours & their families” Her run has certainly helped in that, as well as raising over £500! A great tribute to her Dad & much appreciated by…
Becky’s had a brain tumour herself & understands how life changing that can be. And now she’s raising funds to help others when they are faced with a similar life changed experience. On 3rd March 2013 she ran the Bath Half Marathon with her friend Sarah, and they passed their sponsorship target to raise an amazing £1300…and you can still support them here http://www.justgiving.com/Becky-Brooks Thanks to you both for a great achievement.
In January Cameron Jay chose to raise money through a headshave for Hammer Out. In his words – “Great charity, helped my family through a hard time!... We were asked to do fundrasing for any charity for citizenship GCSE and this charity felt like the obvious choice as they have done nothing but support families across England!! In memory of Phil Coles x” Thank you so much Cameron.
Samuel says “Those of you who know me know how vain I am, especially about my hair and as a result I have decided to make the sacrifice of shaving my head for the good cause of Hammer Out" And he raised almost Fantastic, thank you!
Big thanks to Banana Man, Richard Miller-Williams, who ran the St David's Day 10K in Cardiff, inspired by his great mate John Murray and all in aid of Hammer Out. And that's just a fraction of Richard's fundraising which continues throughout March with bandanas, walking and football! You can still sponsor him here http://www.justgiving.com/Richard-miller-williams1