Running for Cardiomyopathy – The British 10k – 14th July 2013

To those who helped to support and made a donation; thank you so much for your help. We have been able to raise £805.00 so far and £968.75 with gift aid. This is an amazing achievement and every single one of you have made a difference.

The money that we have raised will go towards their vital services, which include a freephone confidential helpline (0800 018 1024, 8:30am – 4:30pm Mon to Fri) with specialist cardiomyopathy support nurses, a range of publications and a website full of useful information, online forums where those affected by cardiomyopathy can share experiences, information days around the country with leading medical cardiomyopathy experts, volunteer-led support groups and a network of affected people who provide one-to-one support to others.

They solely rely on the generosity of their supporters to meet the costs of delivering these essential services. For them, every penny received makes a vital difference to those affected by cardiomyopathy.

If you would like to find out more about the organisation, please go to http://www.cardiomyopathy.org

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So, I had my run on the 14th July – The British 10k. I met up with some of the other runners running for The Cardiomyopathy Association and it was good to meet other people who also were affected by this heart condition and were running for a close friend or family.

It was the first time I had run a 10k (or any race ever) and I really enjoyed it. Although the race is over, I will continue running and hopefully run a couple more races for the charity this year.

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Thank you again to everyone who donated and if you are still yet to, please click on the link below. Its never too late to help.

http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/StephanieWhiteley

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