CDS director, Danny Laybourne, has successfully completed the London Marathon in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust, raising over £9,000 through generous donations from sponsors.
Danny was one of over 40,000 runners competing in record-breaking temperatures on 22nd April, with this year’s marathon officially named the hottest on record.
This is the third year Danny has run the London Marathon for the Teenage Cancer Trust, raising funds totalling over £40,000 for the charity. The charity relies on fundraising to help young people facing cancer in the UK, and this £40,000 is enough for the Trust to pay for the professional education and development of 20 staff members, allowing them to provide expert care for young people with cancer.
In March last year Danny took on a vastly different challenge in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust, climbing Macchu Picchu and raising over £5,000 in the process.
If you would like to donate to the Teenage Cancer Trust, you can visit: https://www.teenagecancertrust.org/support-us/donate