I’m taking part in the Plymouth Half Marathon 2011 on 29/05/2011 to raise money for Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund and I’d really appreciate your support.
There are 12 weeks left until the race, After watching the footage of our fellow brothers suffering, Now seem’s a very good time to try and raise some kind of awareness.
So let’s get radical and do what we can!
I have set up a secure ‘Just Giving’ webpage where it’s easy to donate online with a credit or debit card - Go to my JustGiving page:
Donations are sent straight to Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund and automatically reclaims Gift Aid if you’re a UK taxpayer, so your donation is worth even more.
Thanks to everyone who has already lent their support to Run Japan, an immense response my friends, already we are up to a hundred coins… So just for the fun of it! Who ever places the largest donation by the end of the 11 weeks will receive a handmade ‘Mackie’ Handplane worth £45, just in time for the summer surf!
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