Please help me
Raise money for Hayley's Heroes and help save young adult lives
I'm personally going around colleges doing raffles even dying my hair to help raising money for this charity please donate because every little help.
2019 Raising money for Hayley’s Heroes.
Outlaw Nottingham Half, Outlaw Holkham Half and Ironman Staffordshire 70.3
All in the name for Hayles Heroes.
What an Ironman 70.3 or Outlaw Half
It is a swim 1.2 miles, 56 miles bike, 13.1 miles run / half marathon. Truly pushing you physical and mental.
Hayley's Heroes is they best charity out there.
Hayley's and Hayley's Heroes Story
It all start with Hayley in 2011 got diagnose with bowel cancer, after 6 months she was clear of the cancer. Shortly after she became pregnant and gave birth to little boy called Freddie. Sadly, the cancer returned and it was terminal this time so Hayley made a bucket list. Searching for a way to support Hayley and help her create extra special memories with Freddie, her friends held a series of fundraising and sporting events. These friends became known as Hayley’s Heroes.
Hayley didn’t stop there. Following her diagnosis she soon found that while there were support groups aimed at children and adults, there were none aimed specifically to support the needs of young adults. Conscious of the age difference at the groups she attended Hayley found the situation lonely and isolating, and longed to talk to other young people she could really relate to So, in January 2015, Hayley setup Freddie’s Friends, a support group for young adults diagnosed with cancer Hayley turned her attention to others and searched for a way to help others create memories like she had been able to.
Hayley sadly lost her battle with cancer in January 2016 at the age of 31 her legacy lives on. Hayley had asked her family and friends to set up a charity in her name to continue what she had started. So that’s what we did and in
March 2016 Hayley’s Heroes became a registered charity.
Our focus is on raising money through Hayley’s Heroes to offer young adults with cancer
Started because I was overweight . I was always went swimming from the age of 4year olds. I did running at school from 11 then started cycling at age of 13 years old.
I used play xbox every day and did nothing, But, I wanted do something with my life ...
So I found an amazing challenge called triathlon.
I was in my 1st year Doing triathlon. When I found out from Johnny Counsell seeing his post about Hayley’s Heroes.
I signed myself up for an Ironman and Outlaw for 2018 as well as raising money for Help for Heroes and Cancer Research UK.
I went around college doing rathles and Items to help raise money for Help for Heroes and Cancer research UK raising over £500 overall thanks to Tamworth college and nice people of the public.