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.

Mike Horgan - London Marathon 2017

On Sunday 23rd April, Mike Horgan ran the London Marathon in aid of his partner Glen Price. His nominated charity was the Marfan Trust. Mike completed the marathon in around 4 hours and 29 seconds which is absolutely amazing!  He raised over £5,000 which is…

Usk Runners - Adrian Bull

A big thank you to Adrian Bull who belongs to Usk Runners, a running club which nominated the Marfan Trust as its chosen charity.   Adrian traveled across the globe to run the New York Marathon and managed to raise a grand total of £1,304 for the Marfan Trust, which is absolutely amazing!…

James Morris Brighton Marathon 2017

On Sunday 9th April, James Morris took part in the Brighton Marathon and his nominated charity was The Marfan Trust.  He managed to raise a staggering £2,265 which is incredible. James completed the course in just under four hours, which was his target. A massive congratulations and thank…

Mandi Woodford Wright - Heartbreaker Marathon

The incredible Mandi Woodford-Wright ran the Heartbreaker Marathon for us on the 26th February. This took place in the New Forest. The route follows an undulating, multi-terrain course made up of predominantly well-maintained gravel tracks with tarmac sections at the start and finish. It’s described…

Ewan's Story

On the 12th December 2012, Ewan Robertson sadly passed away at the age of 27.  He was an exceptionally talented artist and released his own music on the Big Dada label.  Ewan was also involved in the visual art component of the label and established his own…

Carol Gill; Bridge Night

Our brilliant Trustee, Carol Gill, organized a local bridge night in Chiswick, in the London Borough of Hounslow. It took place in 11 restaurants in the area with a variety of players totaling 200. It was amazingly successful and they raised a staggering £2700 for the Marfan Trust! Carol’s goal was…