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TVF's 25km Treks have raised over £7,000

Published: 12 October 2020


  

A huge thank to all our wonderful supporters who joined Lorna Votier, the charity's Development Director, on 12th September and 11th October and completed TVF's 25km Trekking Challenge. The teams have raised over £7,500 which is fantastic and will help to transform many more lives. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on TVF's Fundraising with the cancellation of events and the loss of income at a time when families and medical students need the charity most. Events like these are so important to TVF and all those we help. 

Please SPONSOR LORNA VOTIER NOW and HELP TO TRANSPORM MORE LIVES 

Please join Graham Ball, TVF Founder and CEO, on a 25km trekking challenge on 7th March 2021 to raise much needed funds. The trek on the Thames Path will start from Kew Bridge and finish at Richmond Bridge - all within social distance guidelines. The fundraising target for challengers is £250 and TVF will support you to reach this target. 

HOW YOUR SPONSORSHIP and DONATIONS COULD HELP

  •      £80 could provide a textbook for a medical student 
  •    £250 could provide a medical elective bursary 
  •    £550 could provide a specialist trike for a youngster
  • £3,000 could provide a lightweight self-propel wheelchair
  • £65,000 could provide a sixteen-seater accessible minibus

FIND OUT MORE - TVF's 25km Trekking Challenge 7th March 2021