As you probably know, I am not the world’s most gifted athlete. In fact, you’re more likely to have seen me run for the toilet than any 10k races but that is all changing on Sunday 20th May.
I am running the Royal Berkshire 10k in support of African Adventures Foundation.
The charity supports 25 community projects in developing areas of Ghana, Kenya and Zanzibar, whose outreach services provide a free education to approximately 20,000 children.
I am aiming to raise £500, which will be enough to build a new classroom for a chosen project in Kenya, where it is common to have 50 children learning in a single room.
I have been training hard to make sure I beat any Kenyans also racing on 20th May – any donation, no matter how big or small, you’re able to make would be greatly appreciated.
To find out more about the work African Adventures Foundation does, please visit http://aaf.african-adventures.co.uk.
The running costs of the charity are footed by African Adventures Ltd, so 100% of all donations go straight towards the classroom build.
Don’t forget to Gift Aid it!