Kim Ingleby


Encephalitis Society
The Encephalitis Society is a UK based charity with worldwide links that aims to improve the quality of life of all people affected directly and indirectly by encephalitis. Encephalitis is an often life-threatening illness caused by infection, usually viral, or by autoimmune diseases affecting the brain. Survivors are left with an acquired brain injury, the degree and severity of which will vary. The resultant difficulties may include cognitive, physical, emotional or behavioural consequences. The Encephalitis Society provides support to adults and children affected, their families and carers; produces evidence based information on all aspects of the condition in printed, electronic, video and audio formats; raises awareness about the condition and its subsequent problems among professionals, statutory agencies and the general public; conducts research and works in partnership with other researchers and their establishments. If you want to find out more about our work please visit our website at or get in touch with us on 01653692583.
Wallace and Gromit's Children's Charity
Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Charity is a national charity raising funds to improve the quality of life for children in hospitals and hospices throughout the UK. Serious illness is always distressing, but in a child it is cruelly so, as it steals away childhood itself. The Foundation funds an innovative range of projects to ensure children in hospitals and hospices have a better, brighter future. Projects include arts, music and play therapy programmes, sensory equipment and facilities, respite care, state of the art equipment and parent accommodation.
Red Nose Day
Red Nose Day is when the nation comes together to have a laugh and raise money to change people’s lives in the UK and across Africa. Red Nose Day is an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales) SC039730 (Scotland)
Beat is the leading UK charity for people affected by eating disorders. Eating disorders are a serious mental illness affecting one in 85 people in the UK. At Beat we provide a range of services to ensure people get the expert information, support and encouragement they need to overcome their eating disorder.
St Peter's Hospice
St Peter's Hospice is Bristol's only adult hospice caring for local people with life-limiting illnesses. Our commitment is to improve the quality of life of patients while extending care and support to their families and loved ones.
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Team Energised 40k!

Kim Ingleby

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I had a goal.... to reach our £40,000 charity target during our 10th Birthday Year of Energised Performance.  We are so nearly there, £1,525.10 left... super excited by this.  

Each time we choose  a mix charities..... the blend to reach the total we feel reflects everything that we do with Energised.  

Comic Relief, Red Nose Day.... the Fun behind Energised and a great cause we support every year.  Wallace and Gromit's Foundation, so key and works with many of our teenage clients, plus Shaun the Sheep... check out the route in London.  B-Eat, as we really want to support so many of our clients who have body image, eating and confidence issues to resolve, and realise how amazing they are, and it's their awareness week 23rd Feb - 1st March, St Peters Hospice, as the care and support they give to so many people is invaluable in many ways... and finally the Encephalitis Society, with their Awareness Day on 22nd Feb, and our Head Coach learning to manage things.... 

Have a read on... get involved, donate what you can, have FUN and join us May Bank Holiday to celebrate all the wonderful things you have achieved, the money we have raised to help so many charities and to give each other a big Energised Hug! 

** Red Nose Day ** 

- Bake Yummy, Energised Cakes and Sell Them 

- Paint your Face a Funny Look and donate

- Watch the Peoples Strictly Come Dancing and Support 'our' Pro Dancer, Natalie Lowe and donate

- Come to our Bootcamp on 17th March 6.30 - 7.30pm, dress up in Comic Relief Clothing and see how many burpees and other treats you can do ;-) 

Donate for each burpee :-) 

** Encephalitis Society ** - Encephalitis Awareness Day 

Read Head Coach Kim's Story, Personal Challenges & Learnings... and donate... 

Kim's aim is to complete a duathlon and of March & a mini triathlon end of April. This will be a massive challenge, to ride her bike and get back in the water, never mind put it all together :-) 

Bristol: ** St Peters Hospice & Wallace and Gromit's Childrens Foundation ** 

Cycle, Walk, Run the 33 Bridges around Bristol - 43 mile route 

and /or 

Find at least 10 of the Gromits in London 

Donate £1 a Bridge or / and Gromit :-) 

** b-eat - Eating Disorders Awareness Week, 23rd Feb - 1st March (& Body Confidence we say) 

A topic we work with many people to enhance body image, happy eating, confidence and feel good thoughts. So important.

- wear some funny bright coloured socks on 27th Feb 

- Run the Weston Prom Run on 26th Feb &/or Park Run on 28th Feb with funny socks on and donate £10

- Donate a mile you walk or run this week :-) 

Come to our Big Bootcamp and Party in Bristol on 2/3rd May to celebrate hitting our target and all the wonderfulness you have achieved! Donate £10 towards tickets, more info to come. 

Recent donors

07.04.15 Woo hoo! Well done with your Easter Run placing & Good Luck hitting the target Kimmy x

17.03.15 Bristol Bootcamp Comic Relief & Bake Off Kim's Kitchen Donations.... Massive High Five to everyone, well done :-) Coach Kim x


24.02.15 Fantastic effort Kim and the Energised team. You'll smash the target!

24.02.15 Good luck, with love x

23.02.15 Amazing Kim! x

23.02.15 amazing courageous kim, love you

23.02.15 amazing and courageous kim, love you

22.02.15 you can do it!


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