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Total raised so far

131%

£1,310.00 of £1,000 target +£302.50 Gift Aid See breakdown

Recent donations

7 years ago

Donations from work

£70.00 + £17.50 Gift Aid

Thanks to guys at work x

7 years ago

Denise & Phil

£25.00 + £6.25 Gift Aid

Well Done "Girls" it was a pleasure to be there in support x

7 years ago

Vicky Atkinson

£10.00

well done to both of you 26 miles next time!!!

7 years ago

Irene Edwards

£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid

Well done x

7 years ago

dave and lorraine cox

£100.00 + £25.00 Gift Aid

well done claire. top effort!!!

7 years ago

Simon and Judy

£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid

You did an FANTASTIC JOB

7 years ago

Kath & Arron

£100.00 + £25.00 Gift Aid

We did it!!!!

7 years ago

Rachael Pitman

£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid

Amazing achievement Claire and Kath

7 years ago

becky spake

£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid

Thinking of you and your dad today. Just keep running x

7 years ago

Lizzy Harfield

£5.00 + £1.25 Gift Aid

Run Forest!

Claire Lewis is raising money for Haemochromatosis UK

In loving memory of Dad -Steve Kitcher

Event date: 26th April 2015

My story

My wonderful dad -Steve Kitcher - was diagnosed with a condition called Haemochromotosis approximately 10 years ago. Haemochromatosis is one of the most common genetic disorders. It may affect up to 1 in 200 in the UK; about 1 in 10 people are carriers. If you have it your body absorbs more iron than it needs. The iron stays in your organs and can cause irreparable damage. As a result of his condition, my dad went on to develop diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and unfortunately

he passed away suddenly on 4th October 2014 following a heart attack. This was a real shock especially as he was only 58. After speaking to the heart specialist at the hospital, we realise that heart disease can be a further complication that can be developed as a result of having haemochromotosis - something that we were completely unaware of. I would like to help raise awareness of this disease so that in the future people like my dad can be

saved.

The Haemochromotosis Society works to support those affected, promote awareness and aid research as early detection and treatment saves lives.

To raise money for the society, I am running the Southampton half marathon on 26th April 2015 - (my first race of this length!). If you would like to donate I would very much appreciate your support.

Thanks :)


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Claire Lewis is fundraising for

Haemochromatosis UK

Charity number: 1001307

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