Team BMB Runners Complete Retford Half Marathon

Well done, congratulations and a huge thank you to Ann Bale, Staisha Bale, Carl Noble, James Crabb & Jack Constantine who all completed the Retford Half Marathon raising funds for the Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation. Fantastic effort!!!! We were proud to see all of you cross the finish line, and better still to see all of you still smiling.

Joshua Aims for Junior Parkrun!

The Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation are proud to have been able to help Joshua’s family purchase a new RaceRunner for him. Joshua’s family had already worked hard fundraising for this special equipment and our grant enabled them to reach their target.  We are delighted to share a video of Joshua enjoying his new RaceRunner. 
Joshua has already set himself his first goal of completing a Junior Parkrun!!
Good luck Josh! We look forward to following your progress and seeing you achieve your goal!!

 

 

Rafi Receives his RaceRunner!

We are pleased to introduce our most recent grant recipient – Rafi Solaiman.

Rafi is involved in the sport of RaceRunning and needed a new RaceRunning bike to continue to progress within the sport.

The Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation is delighted to have provided a grant to fund Rafi’s new equipment and is looking forward to following Rafi’s progress – good luck in your quest to reach the Paralympic Games!!

Meet our new charity patron

We are proud to announce that the BeMoreBailey Charitable Foundation has an amazing new patron, para-triathlete George Peasgood. George was the youngest paratriathlon medalist ever when he won a bronze at the ITU World Championships in 2013 when he was just seventeen years old. He was also the youngest member of the paratriathlon team in his first Paralympic Games in Rio.

He is also a fan of cheesecake🧀🍰!!!!!!

We would like to thank George for his support of our charity and welcome him to #TeamBeMoreBailey!

Big Thanks to the Worksop Harriers!

Bailey was invited to the Worksop Harriers Presentation Evening to talk about his charity’s hopes and aspirations, and as usual, he delighted the audience with his inspiring enthusiasm.

The Worksop Harriers very kindly donated all of the money raised on the evening from the raffle with a total of £416.00 going to the Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation.

A huge thank you to the Worksop Harriers and all those who organised the raffle, contributed prizes and bought raffle tickets.