Everyday ordinary people do extraordinary things to fundraise so we can help our wounded.
Occasionally people do completely astonishing… meet Christian Nock.
Christian decided to walk around the coast of Britain to fundraise, on a journey that he said would either "kill me or make me". He set off from Blackpool in August 2012 and so far he has walk in excess of 10,000 miles over 562 days and he has about 200 miles until he finishes.
To make his challenge a little more difficult, Christian has decided not to sleep in a bed during his challenge and has been sleeping rough.
His Facebook blog charts his inspirational journey complete with photos of amazing supporters along the way.
Today, he crossed the border from Scotland to England as he gets closer to the finish in Blackpool. You can see Christian here on recent ITV News coverage.
Christian has already raised an incredible £134k and his target by the end of his journey is £200k... so let’s help him fundraise by clicking HERE to Make Every Step Count!
Sunday 30 June 2019Saturday saw the 5th running of an annual charity bike ride in support of Help for Heroes. The event is organised by former Royal Engineer Steve Cradd...
Wednesday 19 June 2019Veteran Steve Craddock, is set to fundraise over £500,000 by the end of this year, cycling over 5,000 miles in 2019 alone.
Big or small, every donation makes a difference to our wounded Servicemen and women and their loved ones.