This May, Edward Dodson will be running the Edinburgh Marathon to raise £4,000 for The Disabilities Trust., specifically BIRT centre for Fen House in Ely.
Brain injury rehabilitation (BIRT) services around the country have been enjoying the Christmas holidays even more than usual, thanks to generous donations from the Eyes Alight appeal.
Congratulations to Carys Thatcher who ran the Manchester half marathon for The Huw Thatcher Trust, despite a recent injury, and completed her challenge with a sprint finish!
Phil Glenister from Cisco International Limited and his friend Andy Watson will set off to ride across Death Valley, Eastern California to raise money for Heathermount School.
A Big Lottery grant of £10,000 has enabled The Trust to purchase 3D printers and a comprehensive training package for the ConnectAbility fundraising campaign.
Supporters of Autism Spectrum Partners (ASP) Sussex community houses have been getting active and raising money by taking part in a Clubbercise event in Burgess Hill.
Angela Ord is attempting to reach the summit of Kilimanjaro to raise money for the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) on the18th February 2017.
Six volunteers from Lloyds Banking Group visited Tŷ Aberdafen to take on a gardening project at the service. The volunteers wanted to get involved as part of Volunteer Week.
Daniel Vincent, Team Leader at Autism Spectrum Partners’ Porthcawl Green Community House, will be running in this year's London Marathon to raise money for the service!
Giles Martin, who lives at Ernest Kleinwort Court, will be taking on the impressive challenge of the Brighton Marathon in his wheelchair, raising money for ConnectAbility.