In just seven days: World Record Achieved by a Man who fell on an Explosive Mine in Afghanistan We’re in awe of the incredible feat of British soldier, Phil Harpur, who just broke the record for the most distance in history by running seven marathons on seven continents in seven days, for the third time. Harpur started his adventure in Antarctica before heading to Cape Town, Perth Dubai, Madrid (Madrid), Fortaleza, Brazil and Miami before returning home to County Durham. Harpur ran seven marathons during one week. Five of these were ultramarathons that covered 50 km (31 mi) respectively.
1. The amazing run was motivated by what?
Running has been an essential aspect of human experience, and it is no surprise that an aspiring runner has discovered ways to use their enthusiasm for an effective cause. It is the Child Cancer Appeal is a foundation that helps children with childhood cancer. The runner who is anonymous has volunteered for the Child Cancer Appeal over the last four years. What inspired this incredible race is the runner’s wish for giving back to his community and make a difference in the lives of people that are affected by childhood cancer. As they put it in their own words the runners “wants to increase awareness and funds to support the Child Cancer Appeal and to demonstrate to people that it’s possible to be a change.
2. What was his contribution to his foundation? Child Cancer Foundation?
The crucial role of the community in supporting the Child Cancer Foundation was highlighted by SunLive report The SunLive news Volunteers urgently needed for Child Cancer Appeal. The Bay’s News First 2, 2. This story highlights the efforts of Steven Pryce (a Bay of Plenty resident) who completed a 10- day challenge in running to raise funds to support the Foundation. Pryce ran over 1000km and proved to be an example of how a single action can have a significant impact. The money he earned will go towards the Child Cancer Foundation’s purpose to provide vital financial and emotional support to the families and children that are affected by cancer.
3. What is the number of volunteers the Child Cancer Foundation able to rely on for their March street appeal?
Children’s Cancer Foundation’s March street appeal is a crucial event to raise funds. They are looking for people to make the event the event a success. The Bay’s News First reports that the Child Cancer Foundation urgently needs a certain number of volunteers. This is essential for the Foundation and their mission of providing support and assistance for children and families with cancer. To make sure the event’s success the volunteers need to be engaged in the fundraising process and offer the logistical assistance. The volunteers will play a crucial role in making sure that the event raises funds as well as promoting the Foundation and to raise awareness about the child cancer.
4. What will the volunteers be able to participate in during the street appeal?
The Bay’s News First offers a variety of activities for volunteers who participate in The Bay’s Child Cancer Appeal. They’ll have the chance to interact with the people in the community, and participate in conversations about the appeal, in addition to helping raise funds. They will be required to track and count contributions as well as assist organize the appeal and handle the number of people who attend. Volunteers will also be required to interact with various media outlets within the local community to help promote the appeal.
A Brief Summary
The Te Puke community came in celebration today of this year’s 117th Te Puke A&P Lifestyle Show. It’s an opportunity to remind ourselves all to be kind and help each other in the best way we can. The Child Cancer Foundation is also in need of volunteers for its annual street-based appeal during March, reminding us of our responsibility as a community to help those in need. These instances of love and determination should motivate us all to strive towards creating positive change within our local communities.