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Raised so far
|Total Raised online:||£3,712.00|
|Total Raised offline:||£1,984.01|
|Ken and Kay Lon...||£20.00||£5.00|
|Mic & Jo||£10.00||£2.50|
Wings for Life UK
Hello and Welcome from Red Bull Racing
Thank you for visiting our fundraising page. A few of us from Red Bull Racing will be following in the footsteps of our team from last year to run the Silverstone Half Marathon in aid of Wings for Life on 3rd March 2013.
Red Bull Racing has supported Wings for Life in a range of ways over the last few years. The charity logo features on both Red Bull Racing cars and drivers Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel, along with Formula One legend David Coulthard, are Wings for Life ambassadors.
Last year our team raised an incredible £33,500 for spinal cord injury research. We would really appreciate your support in reaching and hopefully beating this ambitious fundraising target.
Donating through this page is simple, quick and secure. It is the most efficient way to give – so every donation goes further – and if you are a UK taxpayer and give Gift Aid consent you will boost your donation.
Thank you for your support!
Liz, Louise, Donna, Nicole, Ian, Matthew, Lasse, Kevin, Bryn, Dave, Alistair, James, Jeremy & Shaun
About Wings for Life UK
Wings for Life’s mission is to raise money to fund research into finding a cure for spinal cord injury paralysis. Our four main areas of activity are: cutting-edge international research, clinical trials, scientific communication and prevention. To date the charity has funded 55 projects around the world. Wings for Life’s overheads are paid by Red Bull which ensures that 100% of funds raised go directly to the research to cure spinal paralysis. The charity has a number of high-profile supporters including David Coulthard and the Formula 1-pilots Mark Webber & Sebastian Vettel. Nearly 3 million people around the world live with a spinal cord injury, and the number is growing by approximately 130,000 each year. The main causes include traffic accidents and falls at home or work and the average patient age is only 33 years old. The good news is that leading scientists agree: Injured neurons are able to regenerate - paraplegia will be curable one day.
Your donation will help us achieve our goal of seeing paralysed people walk again. We are extremely grateful for your support.
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