Who's fundraising right now for St Michael's and how can you support them?
Our fabulous London Marathon 2018 team includes:
Please meet our running duo Kieron and Sam! These two really are awesome, they are extremely enthusiastic about their fundraising endeavours and are very eager to help St Michael's help disadvantaged families where they can. "The organisation is very close to us, due to Kieron's mum Jo working the frontline day in day out helping these families." Find our more about Sam and Kieron here
Lauren Turner! We are very pleased to introduce you to Lauren, a very dedicated memeber of our team, who is passionate about the work that we do to support some our most disadvantaged children and their families.
"I really want to help St Michael's continue the work that they do in trying to end vicious cycles of poverty and deprivation that so many young children are brought up in." To get involved and Support Lauren on her fundraising journey you can do so here.
Introducing Mike Deacon! Mike is an avid and zealous supporter of St Michael's fellowship, we are very lucky to have him as a member of our 2018 team. Mike has two reasons for running the marathon, "Firstly because I've turned 50, and just want to see if I can do it! Secondly, I want to raise money for St Michael's fellowship."Mike is committed to backing the work that St Michaels does to secure the best possible future for all children no matter their background. Follow and Support Mike's journey here
Meet Marcus Pearce! "I am running / walking / crawling this marathon for the St Michaels Fellowship and for Great Ormond Street. These are 2 great causes that have made my decision to run my first marathon very easy. Any and all support is hugely appreciated and will help me complete a near impossible task - for an old bloke."
Support Marcus here
"Life is short... running makes it seem longer.," says Mike Sales. "Never thought I would or could at least start a marathon, so it's all about the day out for this old timer to ensure a worthy cause benefits from this one off!" There's a once in a lifetime oppportunity to support Mike to run the London Marathon here.
Ruben Chan is coming over from Spain to run for St Michael's. He decided to support us after hearing from his cousin Sabela who worked for us last year, what a great job we do for children and families. Support him here.
Andrew Sim says he decided to run London 2018 because ... "It's for a very worthwhile cause that is close to me 2) because I've always wanted to give it a go and 3) I’m 50 this year so time is running out!!" Go Andrew! Support Andrew