2017 sees Ashbourne continuing to support local charity, Teens Unite Fighting Cancer with Jack Smits preparing to run in this year’s London Virgin Marathon on Sunday 23rd April 2017. Jack is aiming to raise £1500 for Ashbourne’s Charity of the Year and has already achieved £400.00 in donations.
Teens Unite was co-founded in 2007 by Karen Millen OBE and Debbie Pezzani. It evolved out of a passion for supporting those in need and following several years of research in the teenage cancer field ascertaining what was lacking for this age bracket.
“Ashbourne Insurance has supported Teens Unite for many years now and we are lucky to have them by our side as the charity continues to grow from strength to strength. The London Marathon is a huge commitment and we’re always in awe of those who embrace the challenge and push themselves for the benefit of others. We would like to wish Jack the very best of luck and thank all of those who have supported him in his challenge.” Debbie Pezzani, CEO and Founder, Teens Unite
Special thanks to all the Ashbourne staff, customers and suppliers who have said they will donate to Jack’s London marathon fundraising. To make a donation and read his story visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/runsmitsrun
For other ideas about how to get involved with challenges and fundraising for Teens Unite visit: http://teensunitefightingcancer.org/what-can-you-do/challenges/
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