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Total raised so far

£1,770.00 +£278.75 Gift Aid See breakdown

Recent donations

2 months ago

Kirsty Smithers


World Cup sweepstake and David and wc donation of £50 each

3 months ago

Andrea Hooper


Proceeds from Wilder Coe xmas raffle

3 months ago



Cake sale money

3 months ago



5 months ago


£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid

5 months ago

Mark and Karen

£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Leonardo!

5 months ago



Leonardo don't give up, you can do it 💪

5 months ago

Kim Huynh

£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid

You’re going to smash this Li!!!

5 months ago


£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid

Good Luck Li!!

6 months ago

Lucy Wheeler

£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck Bal

Wilder Coe is raising money for Fibromyalgia Action UK (FMA UK), Peeps and Cavernoma Alliance UK

Wilder Coe Half-Marathon Fundraiser

My story

Due to the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday 8 September, the Richmond Half Marathon has been postponed to Sunday 9 October. The Half Marathon took us through two historic Royal Parks so whilst the nation is mourning, and we wait for an update from the organisers with a new date, we will continue our training, raising awareness and fundraising for these great causes.

Every year, we nominate several charities that are personal to our staff and commit to fundraising for at least four different organisations each year.

This year, our chosen charities are PEEPS-HIE, Cavernoma Alliance UK and Fibromyalgia Action UK.

Throughout 2022, we are hosting several fundraising events and challenges to collect sponsorship. All funds raised will get split evenly with each charity.

Alongside virtual firm-wide activities, charity board games nights and the trusted favourite, the bake sale, the Wilder Coe team is celebrating our 50th anniversary by running the Richmond Half-Marathon on 11 September 2022 for these charities.

Please help us raise money for these three great causes and support our staff members running this event by donating.


“In 2019, when my son Franklin was born, he had a traumatic birth and was diagnosed with HIE (Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy) as his brain did not receive enough oxygen or blood for a period. He was whisked off to Homerton Hospital, which is almost an hour away from us, for cooling treatment to minimise the impact. Thankfully, his prognosis was good and he doesn’t appear to have any negative impacts for now. For many others, the news isn’t so positive and they are significantly impacted from birth. PEEPS are looking to raise awareness of HIE, and provide support to anyone affected.”

Cavernoma Alliance UK

“I first became involved with CAUK when my niece, who had been previously fit and healthy suddenly started suffering seizures. She was diagnosed with a cavernoma, which is a collection of abnormal blood vessels often found in the brain, but can also appear on the spinal cord, which looks a little bit like a raspberry. Over recent years, she’s undergone brain surgery to reduce the frequency of her seizures but she still relies on a cocktail of drugs to keep them to a minimum. With over 2,800 people in the UK with this relatively unknown condition, CAUK wants to raise awareness among the public and the medical community.”

Fibromyalgia Action UK

“Fibromyalgia is a widespread chronic pain condition with no cure and lacks research within the medical community. I received my diagnosis in 2015 after 3 years spent being sent to one specialist after another whilst undergoing multiple scans and medications. It is a hereditary condition, as my Mum was diagnosed, and wheelchair-bound, when I was 11 years old and two of my cousins also have the same condition. Awareness and funding are essential and the end goal must get medical professionals on the condition. Fibromyalgia causes pain and increased sensitivity to pain all over your body. During flare-ups it feels like your bones and limbs are on fire, your body swells, and the chronic pain causes memory issues like “brain fog” and depression.”

Thank you for checking out my page. Making a donation is fast, easy and secure thanks to Give as you Live Donate. They'll take your donation and pass it onto Fibromyalgia Action UK (FMA UK), Peeps and Cavernoma Alliance UK.

Wilder Coe is fundraising for 3 charities

Fibromyalgia Action UK (FMA UK)

Charity number: 1042582


Charity number: 1179495

Cavernoma Alliance UK

Charity number: 1114145

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