News: Running for the Homeless

Posted on 9th May 2018

PVL – Running for the homeless

Nick Broom, of PVL is running for the homeless this weekend!

He is taking part in the Run Gatwick Half Marathon this Sunday and raising money for the charity Crawley Open House who support the homeless and disadvantaged in the local area. They operate a 24 bed hostel, busy day centre, 3 move-on houses and a community outreach team

If you could spare just £1 a mile, please go to my JustGiving page and with your help we can help make a few nights more comfortable for some less fortunate souls.

Thank you so much to those of you who have already supported me and to the rest of you in advance for helping me to help them.

 

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