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JDRF is a non-profit 501 organization that funds type 1 diabetes(T1D) research, provides a broad array of community and activist services to the T1D population and actively advocates for regulations favorable to medical research and approval of new and improved treatment modalities. They fund T1D research to improve lives and one day eradicate the condition for good.



A community dedicated to the protection of oceans, waves, beaches and wildlife.  They fight long and hard to protect what we love and they won’t stop until it’s completely clean, safe and protected for everyone, forever.

From humble beginnings in Porthtowan Village Hall in 1990, they’ve stayed close to their roots and continue to be based just up the road at St Agnes HQ where they can keep an eye on the sea.



The TSA (Tuberous Sclerosis Association) provides support to those living with Tuberous Sclerosis. Their mission is to ‘Provide hope for today and a cure for tomorrow’. The TSA funds and supports research of new treatment and works with those battling with TSA to help them manage the effects their condition has on their life.

The TSA is a foundation that is close to home, Chris’ older brother Rob was diagnosed with TSA at a young age.

One in 10 UK charities are facing bankruptcy by the end of the year as they struggle to cope with a £10 billion shortfall caused by souring demand for their services and lost fundraising income due to the Coronavirus pandemic. They need our help, your help. Now more than ever... so dig deep people 


A marathon is 26.2 miles long, these lads are running 28 miles a day for 7 days up and over 52000ft of elevation whilst collecting rubbish on the way… do your part.