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Our supporters really are an incredible bunch and have undertaken marathons, hikes, swimming and cycling events, organised cake and car boot sales, held parties, quizzes and even jumped out of planes, all to raise vital funds for Epilepsy Scotland.
We love hearing your stories! Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us about your fundraising or if you want some advice to get you started.
Here's just a little taster of what some of our recent supporters have been doing...
A big thank you to Cathy Padmore and Mark Walsh who tackled one of the hardest routes in France to raise money for Epilepsy Scotland. The Cyberonics employees conquered the Col du Télégraphe and the Col du Galibier in France.
This route is frequently used in the Tour De France and, with an average incline of 5.5%, is tough for even the most experienced cyclists.
Cathy and Mark have raised over £800 completing their cycling trek!
Four fabulous ladies from Dumfries and Galloway have pledged to climb ten miles to the top of Ben Nevis. The team is made up of four friends who pledged to raise funds and awareness for Epilepsy Scotland after one their children was diagnosed with epilepsy and received support from the charity.
They had originally planned to raise £2000 and organised a range of events, including a purple themed birthday party, a race night and a quiz.
We are delighted to say that the team Ben Nevis have completely smashed their target and so far have raised over £7000!
We want to say a huge, massive thank you to Arlene, Mandy, Tricia and Tracy for their fundraising. Their walk up Ben Nevis does not start until 3 October so if you would like to make a donation please visit the groups Virgin Money Giving page
We wish them every success with the climb!
The 4th Funky Natz Foundation Charity Golf Trophy was held on Sunday 20 July. The day was a tremendous success with 100 amateur golfers taking part at Wishaw Golf Course.
Golfers were challenged to get a hole in one with a chance to win a new car and holidays In Portugal & Forest Of Arden. Prizes were also awarded for best score, closet to the pin and longest drive. Over £3000 was raised on the day, and the foundation thanks all of the businesses and supporters that contributed to make the day such a success.
Everyone at Epilepsy Scotland would like to say a sincere thank you to the Funky Natz Foundation for their continued support. The foundation was created in memory of Natalie Hughes and we are very grateful for the dedication and hard work of everyone involved.