Those of you who read this blog often will know that my running is not only a way for me to keep myself fit, healthy and happy. I use running in a big way to give back to society through running in organised races for charity.
This is a very special post and so for a while I have decided to make this one sticky…
Anyone who has read my story on the Go Bananas page will know that I am a Cancer slayer and that the fundraising I do is for The Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research charity, whose dedication and groundbreaking research has saved the lives of many like me.
The High 5 Campaign
Whenever I have a problem that I need to solve I like to break it down into smaller bite size pieces, it’s something I had to learn from my experience with Cancer.
The High 5 Campaign is a way of breaking down my fundraising target of £1000 for my first race in March 2011 The Asics Fleet Half Marathon.
200 186 182 176 people kindly donate £5, then I will reach my target.
I realise that times are tough right now so giving £5 won’t cost the earth but it’s enough to make a BIG difference to the lives of others.
Join the High 5 Campaign by clicking through to my justgiving page and pledging your support. Leave your Twitter name and I’ll give you a special shout out to say thank you!
5 Ways To Get Involved
Donate a fiver on my justgiving page If you’re a business owner – buy advertising space on my running tights for £50 per spot AND get a link to your site on this blog (see below)Tweet this post to your followersLeave a comment to this post or link back to this post from your blog or websiteTell your friends, family and Facebook Fans about the High 5 Campaign and what it means