Fundraisers

 

We love our fundraisers. Here are some of their stories... Some of these stories might give you some ideas of how you too can raise funds for the Marfan Trust.

Bowled Over by Lytham St. Annes Bowling Club

Huge thanks to Jean and Jim Stanhope and Frank and Sheila Howard and all at Lytham St. Annes Ladies Bowling League for raising £600 for Research into Marfan syndrome.  Many years ago, Frank Howard and his first wife Irene moved over to Lytham St. Anne's and soon got established…

Katherine Goodman - Helping Hearts Charity Ball

A huge well done to our Treasurer and excellent fundraiser Katherine Goodman as she put together the Helping Hearts Charity Ball for the Marfan Trust and St. Georges Hospital Charity. The ball took place in the H.G Wells Conference and Events Centre in Woking, Surrey on 30th September. The night…

Camren and His Hair Raising £500

Congratulations to Camren Selfe for abseiling his way to raising a grand total of £500 in memory of his friend Ollie Babb. If abseiling was not enough, to top up his total, he valiantly pledged to shave his head. As he has now reached his goal of £500, the razor has come out now! Have a cool headed…

Adoption by the TVRCC Speed Championship

As some of you may know, we were adopted by the for TVRCC Speed Championship 2016/2017 thanks to Richard Bream who is a member. The TVRCC Speed Championship are part of the TVR Car Club which is the only Club in the world that caters for all TVR enthusiasts. It currently has around…

Office Rowing Machine Challenge Raises £1,672

On Friday 20th October 2017 workers at the company Vanson Bourne (VB) took part in a rowing challenge for the Marfan Trust and the Royal Brompton Hospital in their offices without so much as dipping their toes in the water.…

Simon Scroggins - Bournemouth Marathon

A huge well done to Simon Scroggins who completed his first ever marathon in Bournmouth on October 8th 2017. He raised a staggering £1028 for us which is fantastic! Thank you so much Simon, hope your having a well deserved break!