Our 6th Indulgence Day on 11th June 2016 was a great success!
Lee and Nigel
Supporters came along and enjoyed therapies (courtesy of Sheer Therapy), haircuts (thanks to Lee the Barber), tea, cake and a beer tent, in the peaceful surroundings of Heather and Nigel Palmer’s garden.
A wonderful day was had by all, and, just as importantly, supporters raised £1,545.45 and this money will enable us to run more Burns Prevention Workshops in our area.
Some photos of the day here:
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Our Indulgence Day returns, by popular demand!
Massage, reflexology, nails, raffle, relaxation in the garden and a beer tasting tent!
Email us to book.
On 10th July, Jane Chumbley, Dan Cocks, Sam McKibben, Jack Morris, Jacob Palmer and Ariana Skipp are going to be running The Vitality British 10K London Run to fundraise for us!
Thank you one and all, and good luck with your training!
If you would like to sponsor them, then find their sponsorship pages here:
Ariana: sponsorship page
Jack: sponsorship page
Jane and Dan: sponsorship page
In April 2016 Shaughan Hawks completed the London Marathon and Heather Palmer completed the Lilongwe Triathlon, both fundraising for African Vision Malawi.
Well done to both and thank you for supporting us!
Shaughan Hawks after the London Marathon
Heather Palmer after the Lilongwe Triathlon
Between them they raised an amazing £2,616, all of which will go to our projects supporting orphans and vulnerable people in rural Malawi.
Later in the year we have even more people taking on challenges for African Vision Malawi. Sam Palmer will be climbing the Matterhorn and Rainer Struck will be cycling from London to Marseille. Click on the links to find out more to sponsor them!
Shaughan Hawks is running the London Marathon to raise funds for African Vision Malawi!
On Sun 20 March he ran the Maidstone Road Run Half Marathon in 1 hour 57 mins as part of his training…… great job Shaughan!
Check out his photos and please sponsor him to encourage him on his way!
Shaughan with his mum, who ran the 10k route at Maidstone. Nice!
Shaughan and Adam
Heather Palmer has signed up to compete in the Lilongwe Triathlon! This is her first ever Triathlon and she thinks the heat is going to be her biggest challenge, especially since she calculates that she’ll be doing the run around midday. Good luck Heather!
Please sponsor her here:
Heather Palmer with the deer in Bushey Park
Heather in training, one of her dogs alongside!
Heather in training
We have 4 places available for the Vitality British 10k London Run on Sunday 10th July!
Would you like to take on a challenge and raise money for a good cause at the same time?
The places are free to anyone who thinks they can raise at least £300. We would love to find 4 more people to fundraise in this way to support our projects with orphans, ultra poor people, disabled people and HIV+ people in rural Malawi.
So why delay? Email us at email@example.com today and put yourself forward!
What do you have to lose?! Email us and take a look at the race information here.
Read all our recent news in our Newsletter!
AVM Newsletter April 2016
Shaughan Hawks is running the London Marathon for us this year!
His latest training run was the Maidstone road race Half Marathon yesterday. He completed the course in 1hour 57mins, and this was his longest run so far. He’s got 5 weeks to go, and thinks he might sign up for another half marathon in two weeks time too. That’ll be on his birthday!
Shaughan ran with his friend Adam, and his mum ran the 10k race too! Check out the photos of them below >
Sponsor him here > https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/shaughanhawks1
Shaughan and his mum!
Shaughan and Adam
Shaughan at the end of the race
Alex Walker ran the Vitality North London Half Marathon yesterday in aid of African Vision Malawi!
Well done, Alex, and THANK YOU for raising £845 for us! Hope you get a good rest today.