Total raised so far£0.00

Total plus Gift Aid: £0.00


Raised offline: £0.00

Team story

[p][b]WE DID IT![/b][/p][p]On Saturday 20th of October, the CMI Proclaimers began the challenge of walking a combined total of 500 miles at the East Strand Car Park in Portrush. Walking along the beaches, clifftops and footpaths of North Antrim our Proclaimers experienced four seasons in one day and battled the elements to get to Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge before dusk. Stopping at various points along the way including the spectacular Giants Causeway, Dunservick Castle and Ballintoy Harbour, the team all made it to Carrick-a-Rede before nightfall. Our CMI Proclaimers had a combined number of steps of just over one million![/p][p]We want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who donated. We simply couldn't have done it without YOU. Our colleague Graham is well on the road to achieving his pledge of raising £100k in memory of his son Tom whom he lost on Boxing Day, to cancer. (More info below)[/p][p][b]Again, thank-you[/b][/p][p][b]The CMI Proclaimers![/b][/p][p]Our friend and colleague Graham Stead lost his lovely son Tom on boxing day, to cancer. Tom was just 19 years old and as devastating as it is for Graham, his wife Jane and Tom’s three younger brothers, Graham has pledged to raise £100k to support the Bone Cancer Research Trust and Kamrans Ward at John Radcliffe Hospital, (75% to BCRT and 25% to Kamrans Ward).[/p][p]CMI as a company has been doing a number of events throughout 2018 to help Graham achieve his target and as such are aiming to raise £20k to support Graham and his family with their fundraising. Some of our team have already taken part in weight loss challenges, Couch to 5K’s and in a Tough Mudder event. Currently, we have raised/donated in excess of £8k.[/p][p]In October staff from both our Maidenhead and Belfast offices will be taking on the clifftops, beaches and footpaths along the beautiful but gruelling North Antrim Coast walking a total of over 500 miles to try and raise the balance. Hence the name, CMI Proclaimers![/p][p]And of course, this is where you come in. We are reaching out in the hope that you will make a donation that will help us to help Graham reach his target.[/p][p]No amount is too small and every penny raised will go straight to the two charities. [/p][p]We will keep you updated on our training (or lack of!), and every blister will be bragged about![/p][p]Thank you so very much in advance.[/p][p]The CMI Proclaimers![/p]
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Nov 16, 2018


Well done everyone in the team

Nov 13, 2018


Well done Michael and Vivienne,


plus £5.00 Gift Aid

Nov 10, 2018

Lee Cowan

Congratulations Graeme, well done from Aunty Lee.


plus £2.50 Gift Aid

Nov 10, 2018

Christine Kane

Well done Graeme from Aunty Christine and Uncle Peter


plus £5.00 Gift Aid

Nov 5, 2018

Craigavon Friends

Well done


plus £20.00 Gift Aid

Oct 28, 2018


Well done Michael and Vivien !!


plus £5.00 Gift Aid

Oct 28, 2018


Big thank-you to Barry, Julie-Ann, Rebecca, Zoe and Darcey for their cash donation!


Oct 28, 2018


Big thank-you to Andrew, Lindsey and Angus for their cash donation!


Oct 28, 2018

Jean and Roy

Well done to Ken, Julie and all at CMI!


Oct 28, 2018

Joanne O Hagan

Well done to Ken and Julie and all at CMI


Ken Roulston

Ken Roulston

Joseph Havlin

Joseph Havlin

Janak Mistry

Janak Mistry

Stuart Kemp

Stuart Kemp

Ryan McCracken

Ryan McCracken

Mat Rumsam

Mat Rumsam

Chris Devenney

Chris Devenney

Mark Leahy

Mark Leahy

Mina Mistry

Mina Mistry

Stephanie Conn

Stephanie Conn

Susan Metcalfe

Susan Metcalfe

Ian Bell

Ian Bell

Rhys Gansen-Jones

Rhys Gansen-Jones

Aaron Cobb

Aaron Cobb

Simon Edwards

Simon Edwards

Julie Roulston

Julie Roulston

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