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Keen supporter of King’s College Hospital, Gary Morgan ran his first ever Marathon this year and chose REBUILD as the charity to fundraise for.
My family have a long association with King’s, and we are so grateful for the marvellous care we have had over the years,” he said. “It was a real pleasure to be able to give something back, by supporting the patients of the limb reconstruction unit and REBUILD. It was a lifelong ambition to do the London Marathon, and I was delighted to be able to fundraise for such a good cause at the same time.”
Gary’s time was a very respectable 4 hours and 35 minutes.
Gary raised more than £4170 for us, with very generous donations from family and friends, his employer, building contractor Stanmore Ltd, and many of their vendors and customers.
Our appreciation goes to you all for your contributions. Thank you!
Rebuild trustee, Graeme Groom, walked through the night, completing 100 km of the 2016 Thames Path Challenge to raise money for the charity.
Rebuild Chair, Sarah Philips, walked 50km on the Thames Path Challenge on 10th September 2016, raising more than £2100 to support patients of the Limb Reconstruction Unit at King’s. Many thanks to all the generous sponsors for their kind donations to the charity.