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You Did It!!
You smashed it! You absolutely smashed our aim to raise £30,000 for 30 years! Huge thanks to all those who raised funds from cake sales, running, cycling, swimming, sky diving, hiking, fantasy football, giving up alcohol and even a rickshaw challenge from Goa to Mumbai and an ever increasing number of birthday donations on Facebook. We are delighted to announce that, with your help we reached an amazing £31,654.34 as we closed the appeal on 31st May.
Fundraising continues, as usual with the help of our newly appointed Fundraising Consultant and regular initiatives such as the London 10K in July and Dyspraxia Awareness Week (6 —12th October). Special thanks to our members who have renewed their subscription for 2019 – 2020 to support our work. If you are not a member, this is a great time to join to receive monthly newsletters, regular updates, dedicated members area of the website, discounts for online shop, events and conferences and more importantly to support all we do.
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Thanks to Chris Foy in the Daily Mail today for doing a special report on Leicester and England Rugby Union start Ellis Genge, including a quote from our own CEO Eleanor Howes!
Eddie Jones has often depicted Ellis Genge as an emerging rugby role model and he has been heralded as a ‘Robin Hood’ figure following his Calcutta Cup-winning exploits for England at Murrayfield.
During Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2019 we focused on Dyspraxia in Adulthood. We are still deep within our awareness year focus on adults and are proud to re-share all our resources from that week for ease of access to everyone!
After the huge success of #TeamDyspraxia in 2019, we are glad to be back on the roads of London this July at the start of a new century! The Virgin Sport ASICS London 10K (Formally the British 10K) takes place this year on Sunday 5th July 2020 and we’d love for you to join us!