Fundraising

Hackney Half Marathon

Last weekend was filled with fantastic Community Fundraising events, and OCD Action would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who was involved!

Tracey completed the Hackney Half Marathon and raised a fantastic amount of money for three charities supporting those affected by OCD and BDD! Well done! Here's a picture of Tracey with a well deserved medal!

Community Fundraising update!

There are lots of exciting Community Fundraising events taking place at the moment, and many people are very kindly raising money for OCD Action.

Coming up this weekend, Christian Bower and Tracey Taylor will both be taking on the challenge of running the Hackney Half Marathon.

Tracey is running to raise money for 3 fantastic charities, and we are very grateful that she has chosen OCD Action as one of them. You can donate to support Tracey by visiting her Virgin Money Giving page.

Community Fundraising Roundup

Following Jack Pridmore’s mammoth journey around England in February, Elizabeth Bailey kept OCD Action’s fundraising (and running!) momentum going in March by completing the Colchester half-marathon. All told, Elizabeth’s fantastic fundraising efforts raised over £550 to help people affected by OCD and we therefore send many congratulations and our sincere thanks to Elizabeth.

Community Fundraising in 2015

2014 was a great year for OCD Action Community Fundraising and we’d like to say a big thank you once again to the following individuals for their wonderful fundraising efforts: Tessa Bannister, Adam Cowell, Jamie Fletcher, Kelly Furzer, Morna Holmes, Emeline Matheou, Jo Morgan, Glenn Murphy, Debbie Robinson, Sam Rohde, Jo Scott and Will Spencer.

Fundraising events!

There have been some fantastic Community Fundraising events happening recently and some really exciting ones are coming up.

A huge thanks to Jo Morgan who ran the Robin Hood Half Marathon recently and to Kelly Furzer, who has now completed her mega bike ride from Land's End to John O' Groats. Thank you for your fantastic efforts!

You can still donate to support Kelly and Jo by visiting their JustGiving pages; 

http://www.justgiving.com/KellyFurzer2014

JustGiving 'Care' button

Fundraising website 'JustGiving' has recently added a 'Care' button which enables people to show support for their chosen charity.  If OCD Action gets over 100 'cares' in August we could be in with the chance of winning £1,000 for our Charity.  To show your support, simply visit OCD Action's JustGiving page and hit our 'care' button;  it'll only take a minute and we could be winners! 

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