Campaigns

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Landbay take on Tough Mudder to support EHE and Artur Rozwalak

Artur Rozwalak has been battling EHE since 2017. His colleagues at Landbay wanted to show their support for Artur and will therefore be taking on the Tough Mudder Challenge at the end of September.

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Buy a Beanie for EHE Research

EHERCC has introduced our new ‘Just Live’ beanie hats to help raise funds for EHE research. Each beanie hat costs just £6, 100% of which goes to EHE research. So please Buy and Beanie and help us fund critical EHE research.

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An ‘Oar-some’ challenge

Many people look to take on arduous events and challenges. Some ride huge distances, some climb mountains, some tackle muddy obstacle courses; but Sarah Medwin stunned us all when she announced that her son Charlie would be rowing across the Atlantic. Crickey, now that is a challenge.

In December 2019, we will embark on the challenge of a lifetime. All Oar Nothing will be attempting to row unassisted across the Atlantic Ocean in support of four incredible charities: Right To...

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Jessie Jars campaign raises over £1,000

Last year Jessie Hayman asked people to collect their small change and donate it to EHERCC to help fund EHE research, and so the Jessie Jars campaign was born. The campaign was a huge success and raised over £1,000, exceeding everybody's wildest expectations.Jessie, you are an inspiration.

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#positivepants campaign launched

Nicola Henderson launches the EHE #positivepants campaign. This is a simple way to donate funds to help EHE research while also having great fun.

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Crowdfunding Campaign to be launched

As the EHERCC and its two sister foundations continue to drive and promote EHE research, there is a growing need for funding and a clear programme to finance. While our members continue to amaze us with their fundraising drive and performance, we recognise that an additional fundraising drive would be very beneficial. A crowdfunding compaign is therefore being considered late 2017.