Goodwille raising money for charity

#teamgoodwille are running the British 10k again this year, raising money for two UK charities; Sands and the Children’s Society.

SANDS supports people who have been affected by the loss of a baby by providing bereavement support through remembrance events, online forums and a support helpline amongst other services. They also fund research in to stillbirths and neonatal deaths, working with the NHS and other organisations to help improve maternity care.

The Children’s society supports vulnerable children in the UK, for example children living with adults who misuse substances, those suffering with mental health problems and young carers. They work primarily with children aged 10 to 18 and in 2015/2016 they helped over 18,000 children. Alongside this they also campaign for changes in law to help these children.

The British 10K, sponsored by Virgin Sport, takes place on Sunday 9th July. Our 7 person team will be aiming for some PB’s but more importantly to raise money and awareness for SANDS Charity along with the Children’s Society.

To donate for The Children’s Society  click here and to donate for SANDS Charity click here. We appreciate your support.

Running for MicroLoan

Some of the Goodwille team are running for our chosen charity, the MicroLoan Foundation during April

London Marathon
Financial Controller, David Roxburgh, will run the London Marathon on the 24th April to raise money for charity.  Sponsor David here.

Hackney Half Marathon
Annika’s Aces, a four person team of Goodwille staff (David Roxburgh, Jacqui Brown & Louisa Adde) and her son (Nicholas) will be taking part in the Hackney Half Marathon on the 30th April. You can sponsor the runners here.

About MicroLoan Foundation
They give hope, not handouts, to help women in Africa work their way out of poverty. Their vision is for a world where all those living in poverty have the opportunity to build better lives for themselves and their families, by providing them with the skills and tools to start small businesses, helping them to become self-sufficient for their daily needs.