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Steve runs for SFCS!

April 10, 2019

We’re delighted that one of our amazing adopters is taking on the Milton Keynes marathon for us on Monday 6th May!

We’re delighted that Steve has signed up to raise funds for SFCS for a second year in a row. Steve also ran for us in last year’s event, which reached a scorching 26 degrees! But Steve still managed to complete the run and is ready to face the challenge for SFCS again.

Steve and his wife adopted three children through SFCS and have been continuous supporters of the charity by donating toys and yoga equipment, as well as attending many of the charity’s family events. You can read Steve’s story here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sqmkm2019

SFCS will use the funds that Steve raises to help continue supporting adopted children and their families in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas.

SFCS offers life-long support to adopted children and their families and are here for them whenever they are in need. If you have your own place in the MK Marathon, we would love you to join our team and fundraise for us.  By joining our MK Marathon and Half Marathon team, you can make a real difference to these children and their adoptive families.

Leanne Sinclair, the Fundraising Officer at SFCS said: “We are absolutely thrilled to have Steve’s support. He has spent a lot of time training and his dedication really means a lot to us. We just hope that it won’t be as hot as last year. We are also very lucky that the course runs right past our office in Woolstone, so Steve’s family and friends can join us at our special cheer point. Steve certainly won’t be able to miss us!”

If you would like to join the SFCS team, there is no fundraising target, as you will already have your own place in the race. For more information and tons of support, please get in touch with SFCS on 01908 572700 or e-mail them at fundraising@sfcs.org.uk

It only remains for us to say – GOOD LUCK STEVE!

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