Category Archive for: ‘Fundraising’

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Channelling Her Dreams for I CAN – Juliet’s Story

We were thrilled to hear that Speech and Language Therapist Juliet Finnis wanted to swim the English Channel for I CAN! In the run-up to this massive challenge, we spoke to Juliet about her hopes for the swim and how she helps children with speech and language communication needs in her life. What was the inspiration behind your desire to …

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Running the extra mile for I CAN – Adam’s Blog #2

As part of his ‘Big Running Challenge’ I CAN supporter Adam Guest will be keeping you up to date with his fitness, his daughter Elsie’s progress in school and why he’s going the extra mile for I CAN. See his second blog below. It’s been a while since my last blog as things have been getting very busy. Elsie is …

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Going the Extra Mile – Adam’s Story

Adam Guest is running a ‘Big Running Challenge’ in support of I CAN and his daughter Elsie who has speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). Read why he’s so passionate about bringing awareness to this important issue and why he selected I CAN as his chosen charity for this huge physical test. What was the inspiration behind your Big Running …

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I CAN Runner’s Gallery

On a boiling hot Sunday in April, I CAN was fortunate to have eight dynamic runners pound the pavements of the capital for the London Marathon. With temperatures reaching up to 24.1 degrees, the brave athletes ran to raise funds for children and young people with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN).  Amongst the pack from I CAN was a …

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Falling for I CAN – Support Jodie

Our amazing fundraisers are known to take it to the limits; raising awareness and much needed cash to support children with SLCN. Jodie Hennel is no exception, as she plans on plummeting thousands of feet from the sky. We find out why… What impact has speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) had on you or your family’s life? My cousin …

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