Can charity fundraising help you achieve your goals?
2nd June 2010
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Can charity fundraising help you achieve your goals?

Most people feel that the ones who benefit the most from charity fund raising is the ones are receiving the money.

 I feel that the person raising the money and taking part in the event are the biggest winners.

 If you need motivation to get fitter, be more active, or over come a fear, there aren’t many things that will motivate you more to complete the task, than letting down other people if you don’t complete it.

 Last year I lost one and a half stone, was fitter than I had been for a long while, felt a fantastic sense of achievement in completing the 54 mile London to Brighton cycle ride, but most of all, the biggest thrill was seeing how much my family, friends and colleagues really cared, by supporting me in achieving my goal.  I know the money that I raised went to help people have a better life, but I feel that I personally gained the most from the event.  

Every official charity is a deserving cause and there are so many to help and even more events to choose from.  Running, walking, cycling, sky diving, record breaking, even sponsors silences.  Choose one that will help you with your personal goal, sign up and you will have all the motivation to succeed that you could imagine.            

I would like you to tell me what charity event you took part in, how much you raised, but most importantly; what did you personally get from it. 

 Follow me on twitter to see how I am getting on with my training for this years London to Brighton Cycle ride for the British Heart Foundation.


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