If you already know why you are then here please kindly use the link below to make a donation.
Please remember to leave a note who it’s from so we can say thank you online and in a video after the event! You will also be entered in to the competition to win a WilderFit Cap. Thanks again!
Or learn more about the Ultra Run and Charity below
About the 100k Ultra Marathon
NOTE : So a few things have changed now since injury during training. However the Ultra run WILL still happen, it has just been put back a month or so and moved to a new event.
All sponsorship is being converted to a new Ultra Run later this year. This will be one of 3 events which will happen as soon as David’s leg has recovered. For full details please see watch the video for details on what happened and the delay. Thanks for your ongoing support too.
In 2020 Davids Daughters School are aiming to send a group to help and teach underprivileged young children in Cambodia. Please read more information about the work they do at the bottom of this page.
In support of this David has lost his mind and has entered into an Ultra Marathon. The Run was originally going to be Rave to The Stones however due to injury will now be one of 3 other selected upcoming events (to be announced) The run is 100k distance within 24 hours.
Bear in mind this time last year David could not run a mile, he then signed up for and managed to complete an Iron Man Race within 6 months. So this years bar has been set at an insane new ‘Ultra’ level!
David has a goal of raising £500 towards support this worthy cause and helping his daughter and her school to make a different in these young kids lives.
We would be very grateful if you could make a small donation via the link below and also leave a short message including who it’s from!
An additional thank you!
For every donation :
1- We will publish your name on our special thanks pace as well as a personal thank you at the end of the event video on the Wilderfit YouTube Channel.
2 – We will be picking one lucky donator to win an exclusive WilderFit Cap! The winner will be announced after the run in July.
Please remember to leave a note who it’s from so we can say thank you!
About the cause
n 2004 Sir Graham Balfour School raised £12,000 to help build a school in Cambodia.
By 2010 they raised a further £14,000 which allowed the school to be extended. Our on-going links with the school do much to promote the idea of global citizenship.
In 2009 our Cambodia Committee took a decision to press ahead with a much needed 2 classroom extension to replace a tin shack and these classrooms have been in use since October 2010. An additional £14,000 was raised to facilitate this.
As well as improving the classrooms, they have raised money to provide water butts, computers, books, stationary and sports equipment.
They support the school on an ongoing basis providing classroom resources and paying the salary of one of the staff, who is the English Teacher.
They have recently committed additional support by paying the yearly electric bill so that the schools can be connected to the mains electricity and we have supported the decision to increase the salary of the English Teacher.
Every two years 12 sixth form students from our Stafford school fundraise around £1500 per person to go and help out and teach in the school.
For more information please call Sir Graham Balfour School on 01785223490
Please remember to leave a note who it’s from so we can say thank you.