Marathon runners raise £20,000 for Hact
Runners raised more than £20,000 for the Housing Association Charitable Trust in the London Marathon yesterday.
Inside Housing’s business reporter Gavriel Hollander was the first of the HACT runners to cross the line, in an impressive three hours and fifty minutes.
He was followed a little later by Paul Bridge, chief executive of arm’s-length management organisation Homes for Haringey, who completed his third marathon for the charity in four hours and thirty nine minutes.
The remaining runners overcame injured knees and torn toenails to complete the gruelling event.
It’s not too late to contribute to the total raised for Hact’s work delivering social change that meets the needs of communities. To support any of the runners click on their names below.
|Gavriel Hollander||Inside Housing||3.50.27|
|Paul Bridge||Homes for Haringey||4.39.18|
|Dave Lockerman||Broxbourne HA||4.41.30|
|John Taylor||Midland Heart||4.41.32|
|Nick Atkin||Halton Housing Trust||4.56.01|
|Nick Dixon||AstraZeneca UK||5.06.36|
|Sandra Maguire||Genesis Housing||5.31.21|
|Sandra Rodney||More Being You||6.05.57|
|Jo Barber||North Star Housing||7.33.07|
|Joy Goodman||North Star Housing||7.33.07|