Wal completed the Bupa Great Birmingham run on behalf of Fresh Start Foundation in 2 HOURS, 34 MINUTES & 10 SECONDS, so well done Wal! Thank you for all of your support and I hope the achey knee eases very soon!
Joe walked 16 miles Malvern to Worcester and back again to help raise funds for FSF projects and here is why: ‘I was inspired to do the walk from my experiences whilst in The Gambia. I have been out there twice and I have seen the living conditions and the poverty of the residen
Ed Wade-Martin is traveled to volunteer in The Gambia by bike! He first visited The Gambia at 19 years old where he lived in the village Kwinella and taught in a local school. He volunteered and raised some much needed funds for the FSF environmental projects. For more information on
33 Lush staff and friends took part in 3 death defying tests of nerves and endurance – one even on Friday 13th! They raised money to buy a second threshing machine for the women of Kwinella and surrounding areas in the Gambia. Threshing the rice is a daily back breaking routine
Laura Sparkes, one of FSF’s greatest Fund raisers ran the great north run to raise a month’s worth of school meals and did so with great success so thank you laura! And here is her reasons why: “Fresh Start Foundation is a charity engraved in my heart after seeing th
Wendy and Mike held a coffee morning to help raise funds for FSF’s Mosquito Net appeal in their village pub, The Helyar Arms, in East Coker. Wendy baked various cakes and enlisted the help of friends who turned up with more cake, paid for coffee and raffle tickets. Mike explains
Sammy, who volunteered for FSF in January 2009 decided to complete a 5 day trek in Peru in aid of FSF and wrote a short blog along the way. “My round the world trip wouldn’t of been complete without sweat and tears shed in support of Fresh Start Foundation. After booking the INC
The boots might have been made for walking, but they raised a lot of money for charity as well. Braehead shop girls Roisin Lowrie and Laura Sparkes trekked the 96 miles of the West Highland way to help orphans and vulnerable children in Gambia. And along with four fellow-walkers, they
Give A Band A Chance organised a noisy gig to help fund raise for FSF! Sue the co-founder of GABAC said ” Rock! was a great fundraising night enjoyed by all ages. The evening began with a young band from Chippenham, Gravity Of The Witchmen followed by Magic Animal who were aweso
FSF hosted a night of world music with support from the fantastic Drumlove and friends at the University of Worcester. Raffle prizes were donated from local restaurants and we hope to do another one again soon.