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What an incredible first fundraising event for us at Footprints! We had 35 people sign up to take part in our first ever fundraiser. The participants decided to run, walk, cycle and scoot a certain amount of miles while raising money. Our participants reached an amazing 2241 miles between them and raised over £6500 including gift aid.


Sharon, Co-Founder and CEO said:

“What an amazing community feel our first fundraising event had.  It felt like everyone was behind us whether they were participating or supporting. I loved the fact that we had people join us from all over the country, and we had mums, dads, grans, siblings, families and friends all joining in.”


Our miles were all in memory of our twins and triplets that have died and the money raised will help us to support more families who experience the death of one or more of their triplets. 


Rebecca who took part in the challenge said:


“I was really excited for Footprints' first fundraiser and loved that it was something that everyone could take part in. I chose to walk 75 miles as I knew that would be a challenge for me, and decided to use it as an opportunity to explore new places. 


Come rain or shine (and oh was there some rain!) I was out, slowly getting the miles in to finally reach my target- just!- on the very last day of March. 


I loved visiting new places as I walked. It was an opportunity to relax a little and enjoy my local surroundings .”


Thank you to everyone who donated to Miles in March helping to make it so successful.  Look out for next year, we hope you will join us!


Suzie, Co-Founder and COO said:

“It was so lovely for our whole family to be able to take part in the Miles in March fundraiser - my three young boys really enjoyed getting into the spirit and helping to raise money in memory of their twin brothers and in order for other families like ours to get the support they need. A huge thank you from Sharon and I for all the support, Miles in March has been a huge success and has really helped in getting Footprints well and truly off the ground.”

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