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Monday, April 14, 2008

New Charity Challenger

Doodling around on the world wide wotsit, I came across a website set up by a newcomer to the TGO Challenge, Jules Eaton.

Jules is raising money for two worthwhile charities, The RAF Benevolent Fund, whose work is well known, and a new charity Help for Heroes. Help for Heroes is currently raising money for a much needed swimming pool and Gymnasium at Headley Court - target, £6million.

To quote from the Help for Heroes website:

"We are non political and do not wish to comment on the rights and wrongs of a particular conflict; we simply want to do something to help those very special people who are brave enough to volunteer to serve their country and are wounded while doing so."

Many people walk for charity each year, and we all support as many as we can. I have dipped my hand into my pocket again for Jules' charities (RAFBFin my case) - I hope you can find a few quid as well.

His 'Justgiving' page for the RAF Benevolent Fund is here, and Help for Heroes is here.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Jules Eaton said...

Thanks Phil,

Any support to these 2 worthy causes is gratefully received. Looking forward to limping into the Fife Arms...!

Best regards

Jules

April 15, 2008 at 2:53 PM  

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