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Meeting Needs show of strength in Royal Parks Half Marathon

28 runners proving were are in an industry that really cares For the last three years Meeting Needs has entered a team in the Royal Parks Half Marathon and every year the number of people willing to challenge themselves and raise money for the Event Industry’s own charity has grown. The 2018 entry is no exception and we are delighted to announce that there will be 28 runners representing over 19 different organisations operating in the world of events.


Drawn from event agencies and suppliers our runners will be working hard to raise funds for Meeting Needs and this year we hope to raise a record amount of money to support at least 5 worthy causes and changing the lives of those most in need.

Jennifer Jenkins, Chair of Meeting Needs commented “I’m excited by the diverse range of people who have volunteered to run for us this year. We will be doing our very best to support their fundraising and follow some of their individual stories as they take on this challenge. We would like you to support your colleagues and friends by donating as much as you can and give them an incredible incentive to take part and show your appreciation for their efforts”

Over the past 15 years Meeting Needs has raised, in excess of, £1,000,000 pounds with the simple aim of changing the lives of as many people as it can, in the UK and around the world. If you would like to make a difference and improve the wellbeing of someone much less fortunate than you, then please go www.meetingneeds.org.uk .

Your donations will help beneficiaries like InterCare who Meeting Needs supported by providing fund for 3 consignments of urgently needed medical aid distributed to their partner health units in Africa for the treatment of disadvantaged and vulnerable patients. Or South London Cares, a community network of young professionals and older neighbours hanging out and helping one another in a rapidly changing city.

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