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Running the distance to support those affected by brain tumours


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We will run two half marathons to raise money for the Brain Tumour Support Trust NZ, to help support those living with brain tumours.

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Gail and Sally are going to RUN two half marathons this year. They want to do this to raise money for the Brain Tumour Support Trust NZ, an organisation that offers support to anyone affected with a brain tumour and their family and Whānau.

WHY?

Gail’s eldest brother Richard passed away after his battle with brain cancer, nothing can explain how cancer chooses its victim and swallows them whole. Despite his struggle, his beautiful soul exuded a love for life that was admired by all. To help keep his memory alive, Gail wants to raise funds for the Brain Tumour Support Trust in hope that this contribution will help all the individuals and families that this disease affects.

Sally and her family are on their cancer journey, her mother was diagnosed with a brain tumour last year, and is courageously battling every stage with bravery and grace. In awe of her mother’s strength, she too wants to raise as much as possible to help this organisation support anyone living through a similar journey.

We know and understand how invaluable an organisation like the Brain Tumour Support Trust is for individuals and their families living with brain tumours, because we have lived, and are still living it. We both want to raise as much money as we can to help this organisation to continue its wonderful service, to help support all families in NZ who are on this cancer journey.

So please sponsor us! Our first run is April 5th and is the waterfront half marathon.

Sally Wainhouse's involvement (page creator)

We want to support this wonderful organisation as we both have personal experiences of family members affected by brain tumours, and understand how invaluable a service like this is for individuals and their families living with brain tumours.

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First run completed in isolation  25 April 2020

Posted by: Sally Wainhouse

Gail and I completed our first 21km run on the 5th of April lockdown style! Thank you to everyone who has supported us so far, we are so grateful and thankful to everyone who has donated to this amazing cause! So much love Xxxx

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Lucy
Lucy on 21 Apr 2020
Incredibly proud of you Sally, your positivity is so inspiring x
$50
Sally Wainhouse

Thank you so much Lucy, much love 💕

Sally Wainhouse
Weoley Hill URC, England
Weoley Hill URC, England on 18 Apr 2020
This donation is from members of Weoley Hill United Reformed Church in the UK.
$515
Sally Wainhouse

Wow! Thank you all so much from the bottom of our hearts!! This is so very kind of you all. This means so much to my mum, my family and Gail’s family. Please say a massive thank you from Gail and I, and our families to everyone at the Weoley Hill United reformed Church. Xx

Sally Wainhouse
Sarah
Sarah on 05 Apr 2020
Wishing you all the best for your fund raising! Love from Wood family in the U.K.
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Sally Wainhouse

Thank you so much! So kind of you all xx

Sally Wainhouse
Blanche
Blanche on 05 Apr 2020
Ka rawe!!!
$100
Sally Wainhouse

Kia Ora e hoa Blanche 💕

Sally Wainhouse
Emma
Emma on 05 Apr 2020
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Sally Wainhouse

Thanks guys xx

Sally Wainhouse

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