LONDON April 26: Ashok Kumar from Croydon is participating in the London Marathon on Sunday, 26 April 2015 to raise money for Diabetes UK and Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. Ashok was able to raise £6,438 by particpating at the London Marathon last year for Charity for the Disabled Children. This year he has chosen to help Diabetes UK and Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. In a brief chat he addressed the community: “Over the last 35 years, most of my communications to many of you would have been something to do with voluntary community work of one type or another and seeking your help in support of that.
No doubt on occasions it may have been a tiny bit of a nuisance but your generous donations and willingness to help others have kept me going and once again I am asking for your help in my effort to raise money for two worthwhile causes this year. “You helped me raise £6438 last year for the Charity for disabled children for which I am most grateful”. There are 3.2 million people diagnosed with diabetes in the UK and an estimated 630000 who have the condition but don’t know. Diabetes UK is the leading UK charity that cares for, Connects with and Campaigns on behalf of all people affected by Diabetes. The Charity provides information, advice and support to help people manage their condition well, influence governments, health care professionals and health services to ensure that people with diabetes get the standard of care they deserve.
Diabetes UK is the UK ’s largest charitable funders of diabetes research and search relentlessly for life-changing break-throughs that improves diabetes care, treatment and prevention. Donating to my JustGiving page is easy – just follow this link and click Donate: http://www.justgiving.com/owner-email/pleasesponsor/AshokKumar275 JustGiving sends your donation straight to Diabetes UK so it’s a quick and safe way to donate. Please contact Ashok on email@example.com, 07974349318 if you would like to know more about the working of these two Charities for the benefit of the communities.