With projects across the country entering the Aviva Community Fund hoping for funding, you can help Seed to get funding by voting for us!
Help us raise awareness of eating disorders in schools, vote for our project now at Aviva. Our project aims to give schools the resources to identify the early signs of eating disorders in young children. Help now and support us by voting for EATING DISORDERS IN SCHOOLS at the Aviva Community Fund website.
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Rachel Witty ran the Hull Half Marathon to fundraise for Seed. Rachel's testament to Seed is touching and heart warming.
So this has finally happened...
I have signed up and will be running my first half marrathon. It's time to share my journey.
My recovery has given me eternal thanks, perspective and happiness on the life I live.
An eating disorder destroys you. Depression takes over. Anxiety rules. And suicidal thoughts are dark... but recovery is real. I have the best family, my soul mate of a perfect boyfriend, my bestest friend back in my life and amazing people around me daily as well as my own home sweet home.
The hope always hung on and recovery is truly possible. For the days the mirror challenged me I will now use the strength it gave me with pride!
On top of the support around me... Seed saved me. And I am forever grateful.
Please support this amazing charity...
Thank you, you know who you are... You motivate and inspire me and this is my time to say sorry to my old self and the effect it had on my surrounding world of family, friends and experiences.
For the years lost may every second now count
See you at the finish line
You can see Rachel's story by visiting her Just Giving page.
Amy is passionate about supporting SEED Eating Disorder Support Services by running the 10k Hull Run. The run will take place in the Hull City Centre 18th June 2017 at 9.30am.
PLEASE SUPPORT HER!!!
If you wish to to donate to Amy's 10k, you can do so by clicking the Virgin Giving logo at the top right of the page.
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