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Kate Kelly

Working with children, fundraising and running with the locals – challenges and wonderful experiences that await me in Uganda.

Raising money for
The Uganda Foundation

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Total raised
£3,662.00

Target
£2000.00

100%

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About

As the mum of a severely disabled daughter, the work of Kakunyu Parents Support Association is very close to my heart. This Association cares for and educates 31 boarding disabled students, and many more day students, from the surrounding community. The inequalities between the lives these beautiful children have, and the life my daughter has, however, are vast.
Sadly the discrimination of the disabled is so high in Uganda that the 31 disabled children who attend the school have all but been abandoned. The greatest challenge is how to adequately feed all the pupils, who continue to grow in number every term as the association’s work means more children are dropped at the site every term.
Through fundraising, we can help the Association build a large horticultural garden, plan an incredible food forest, which will supply the school with crops throughout the year and guarantee food security for this most vulnerable group of individuals.
Thoughts of these children will keep me going when things get tough out on that marathon course.
This will undoubtedly  be a life-changing experience. 
YOUR DONATION REALLY CAN CHANGE LIVES

                     

Event details

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The Uganda Marathon 2019

The Uganda Marathon is Uganda's largest fundraising event.

Bringing people from all over the world for one amazing week on the Equator, this is an event to help those in need and support local leaders making amazing changes in their community.

For participants, a once in a life-time opportunity to challenge themselves, give back, and learn about their place in the world.

It all culminates in a 10k, half & full marathon through a beautiful rural course, alongside 5,000 Ugandan runners.

Runners describe it as "the best week of my life", and leave filled with hope, joy and new friends - having left a legacy in Uganda which will last for decades.

Named by Red Bull as one of the "12 Best Marathons in the World" in 2018 and 2019. Winner, "Best International Event" at the Running Awards 2016. Featured by BBC, Runners World, The Guardian, Bloomberg and more.

Join us for the experience of a lifetime.

Event date

26-May-2019 00:00  - 
02-June-2019 23:59

Event type

Running / Walking

Event is completed

Donations

Donation by Kate Vivian
on 27-02-2019
Donation by Anonymous
on 26-02-2019
£20.00
£5.00 gift aid
Good luck Kate!
Donation by Katherine Clarke
on 26-02-2019
£20.00
£5.00 gift aid
A great cause. Good luckx
Donation by The Jessops
on 23-02-2019
£30.00
£7.50 gift aid
Good luck, Kate. Look forward to hearing all about it later in the year.
Donation by Ladies of Tottington Townswomen Guild
on 19-02-2019
£10.00
£2.50 gift aid
Good luck, Kate x
Donation by Ralph Woodward
on 19-02-2019
£50.00
£12.50 gift aid
Kate, once again, you are giving you time and efforts to those who are not as fortunate as we are. I am proud to call you my daughter.
Donation by Maureen Woodward
on 19-02-2019
£50.00
£12.50 gift aid
Such a wonderful cause .......... good luck
Donation by Aud Foster
on 19-02-2019
£30.00
£7.50 gift aid
With ENORMOUS thanks to the beautiful children of Sacred Heart School, for dressing in the colours of Ugandan flag and raising this money.
Donation by Anonymous
on 14-02-2019
£172.00
£0.00 gift aid
Good luck Kate, fantastic charity! The marathon will be a breeze ;-) From Andy and all the team at Activ Physio
Donation by Andy Okwera
on 14-02-2019
£30.00
£0.00 gift aid

Donation summary

Online Donations: £3,662.00
Offline Donations: £0.00
Total Raised: £3,662.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:    £3,928.25

Donations closed

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