Raising money for WaterAid

On 17th October 2020 I will be flying to Peru to spend 5 days trekking through the Andes mountains.

It will involve long days of trekking up very steep inclines at a high altitude, with very early morning starts and then camping overnight.

I am doing this to raise £4,000 for the charity WaterAid.

WaterAid is a charity aiming to provide clean water and decent toilets to everyone. Something that a lot of people take for granted, something that should be a normal part of daily life for everyone, everywhere. But, unfortunately at the moment it isn’t.

I would be most grateful if you could spare some money to sponsor me for taking part in this event, and helping the charity to achieve their goal of giving everyone clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene. Here’s is the link to my JustGiving sponsorship page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Elly-Ingram-Trek

Thank you

One Million Step Challenge

This summer I will be partaking in the one million step challenge to raise money for Diabetes UK.

This will mean I will walk the length of about 19 marathons!

If you’d like to sponsor me please follow this link…. https://step.diabetes.org.uk/pages/elly

Where you will also be able to track my progress as the challenge continues.

Thank you

Relay for Life, Presteigne

Over the weekend I volunteered to give massages at the Relay for Life event in Presteigne, along with some fellow massage therapists. Our little tent raised £250, but the overall event has raised £28,000 (and counting) for Cancer Research UK.

I hadn’t heard of the Relay for Life before, but I have to say it looks like it would be amazing to take part in it. It starts off with a survivors lap; the people who have beaten cancer take a walk around the track together. It was certainly an emotional start. And then teams take it turns to walk around the track for the whole 24 hours.

It was a great feeling to think that not only did we raise a little extra money for the cause, but also helped those taking part.

Cancer has touched so many people’s lives and we all have our own stories to tell. Hopefully with events like this more of our stories will have happy endings.