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Total raised so far


£125.00 of £100 target +£17.50 Gift Aid See breakdown

Recent donations

1 year ago



+ £5.00 Gift Aid


1 year ago

Lida Norman


+ £6.25 Gift Aid

Very good luck darling!

1 year ago

Rob Norman


+ £6.25 Gift Aid

Good luck on the run, hope it all goes well!

1 year ago

Neil and Angela Norman


Best of luck Alex!

1 year ago



Well done in taking part in this fundraising activity. You can do it!!

1 year ago



Midnight Heathrow Runway Run - Fundraising

Alexander Norman is raising money for Heathrow Community Trust

My story

On October 1st at midnight, my colleagues and I will be running together from the start to the end of Heathrow's runway, a place where millions of passengers depart and land each year (thankfully not whilst we are on the runway). The purpose of this activity is to fund-raise for the Heathrow Community Trust, a charity close to the hearts of those working in and around Heathrow Airport.

If you would like to donate to sponsor me/us, I invite you to please do so using this fundraising page.

A bit of information from the charity:

Heathrow Community Trust (HCT) is an independent grant making trust providing much needed funding to communities around Heathrow airport since 1996. In the last 3 years, HCT has awarded over £1.5m in grants to community groups. HCT is a small charity driven to use their grant making to support impactful community groups, committed to their vision of happy, healthy local communities where everyone has the opportunity to live a rewarding and fulfilled life, and the value of giving something back to your community is recognised. HCT’s funding comes from donations from Heathrow Airport Limited and other Team Heathrow companies, noise fines, and fundraising activities like the Midnight Marathon.

One example of a project HCT has funded via the Projects for Young People grant stream is The east to west Trust who were awarded a grant for their Emerge project which supports young people admitted to A&E departments due to self-harm injury or attempted suicide. The grant supported provision at St Peter’s Hospital in Chertsey, where the Trust were able to have volunteers working three nights a week supporting 154 young people aged 10-25 who were in a mental health crisis across 2 years. The Trust also expanded their community provision to be able to support young people once they left hospital

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Alexander Norman is fundraising for

Heathrow Community Trust

Charity number: 1183004

Alexander Norman is fundraising as part of

The Midnight Marathon

1st October 2022

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