Hundreds of students, parents and members of staff of St George’s School came together for the Great Curry Run on the 23rd of April. The charity run took place in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, and was organised by Deputy Headmaster Joseph Storrie. People from all ages ran 5-20 km for charity and they were all rewarded with tasty curry after crossing the finish line. ELoH-founders Sarah and Victoria were there together with their families, and Victoria’s son Rollo was not only the youngest participant, it was also his birthday on the day!

The Curry Run raised an amazing £14,000 for Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope. It is a wonderful achievement and it will go a long way in helping child amputees walk and go to school. The ELoH team would like to send a special thank you to Joseph Storrie and the staff at St George’s who organised the Curry Run – and to each and every one who ran in support of ELoH!

Would you be interested in organise a school fundraiser for ELoH? Have a look at our School Fundraising page and don’t hesitate to get in touch!

School Run at St George's School - Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope - Amputee charity - http://elizabethslegacyofhope.org/
Photo: Jeff Gilbert, St Georges School
School Run at St George's School - Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope - Amputee charity - http://elizabethslegacyofhope.org/
Photo: Jeff Gilbert, St Georges School
School Run at St George's School - Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope - Amputee charity - http://elizabethslegacyofhope.org/
Photo: Jeff Gilbert, St Georges School
School Run at St George's School - Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope - Amputee charity - http://elizabethslegacyofhope.org/
Photo: Jeff Gilbert, St Georges School
School Run at St George's School - Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope - Amputee charity - http://elizabethslegacyofhope.org/
Photo: Jeff Gilbert, St Georges School
School Run at St George's School - Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope - Amputee charity - http://elizabethslegacyofhope.org/
Photo: Jeff Gilbert, St Georges School

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