Tim Orme

Charities

Cardiac Risk In The Young
Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) is the UK charity that supports those affected by conditions that can cause young sudden cardiac death. Every week in the UK at least 12 apparently fit and healthy young people die of undiagnosed cardiac conditions. Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) aims to reduce the frequency of young sudden cardiac death (YSCD) by working with cardiologists and family doctors to establish good practice and appropriate screening facilities to promote and protect the cardiac health of our young. By supporting CRY you will help save young lives from these potentially fatal cardiac conditions. CRY is a national charity and relies on the generous donations of CRY supporters to fulfill it's ambitious aims. For more information please contact CRY on 01737 363 222 or cry@c-r-y.org.uk
The Daisy Garland
A family-run national children’s charity providing active support for children with drug-resistant epilepsy and their parents/carers. The charity was set up in memory of our daughter Daisy who tragically died at 6 years of age from SUDEP (sudden unexpected death in epilepsy patients). We provide NHS hospitals with ketogenic dietitians - a medically recognised and accepted way of treating drug resistant epilepsy. This diet is not widely available on the NHS due to lack of funding. We also provide grants for night-time breathing monitors to children with drug-resistant epilepsy.
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Tim Orme's marathon fundraising page

Fundraiser: 
Tim Orme

My page: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/TimOrme1

Hi.  I did it! 4 hours 10 minutes.

Many thanks to everyone who supported me.

It is still not too late to donate and help these two small charities that do excellent work and I have personal contact with.

The Daisy Garland (www.thedaisygarland.org.uk) helps children with drug-resistant epilepsy through funding ketogenic dieticians in NHS hospitals nationwide and supporting parents at home.  It is run by a fantastic couple we met locally, in memory of their daughter, Daisy, who died from this condition aged 6.

Cardiac Risk in the Young (www.c-r-y.org.uk) works to prevent young sudden deaths through awareness, screening and research, and supports affected families. I am supporting CRY in memory of Matt Cragg, brother of one of my son’s school friends.

Many thanks for your support.

Tim

Recent donors

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06.06.16 Brilliant achievement, well done Tim!

03.06.16 Amazing achievement, well done Tim. Still catching up on emails post holiday!

30.05.16 Tim, Well done - sounds like a tough four hours!

29.05.16 Such an achievement! Oliver, Nick & Christina

29.05.16 Good luck today Tim, hope your body holds out and remember, apparently it's downhill! Let us know how you get on. Rowan, Phil and the girls x

28.05.16 Good luck Tim.

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26.05.16 Good luck !

25.05.16 Good luck Tim! Hope the weather is good and that the course is nice and flat?! Looking forward to hearing all about it...

25.05.16 Swap my saddle sores for your blisters? Good luck with the run Tim, and for such good causes.

24.05.16 Good luck Tim!

24.05.16 Hi Tim, good luck and hope you enjoy it - and get lucky with the Edinburgh weather!

24.05.16 Good luck

24.05.16 Good luck, Tim!

23.05.16 Great cause, Tim! All the best!

23.05.16 Best of luck, Tim!

23.05.16 Good luck Tim - we'll be thinking of you on the day.

22.05.16 Tim. Best of luck. I trust the immediate endorphin high outweighs the next day lactic acid low!

22.05.16 Go Tim! Thanks for making a difference

21.05.16 Absolute star. THANKYOU for your support to our family and Daisy's you crazy man

21.05.16 You must be mad! - but in a very worthy sort of way... well done!

£1,292.20

Running total

Target:
£1,000.00
Total raised incl. Gift Aid:
£1,542.75
Total donors:
30
Last donor:
John Maitland
09.06.16  
Offline fundraising:
£150.00