written by Monty Halls (Senior and Junior)
Monty Halls' Fundraising Page
Page creator: Emma Butler
Event: Flora London Marathon 2009
Event Date: 26th Apr 2009
Team Members: Monty and his dolphin!
Please sponsor me!
About our charity : Whale And Dolphin Conservation Society
WDCS, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society is the global voice for the protection of whales, dolphins and their environment. WDCS works to prevent the suffering of whales and dolphins (cetaceans) in captivity, to stop their deliberate killing and to end tragic deaths from pollution or entanglement in fishing nets. Get active with WDCS and make that difference. You can help in so many ways. Adopt a dolphin, follow the WDCS boat users code of conduct when around cetaceans, make a donation or report your cetacean sightings online!
Charity Registration No 1014705
Fundraising target: £10,000.00
Donations so far: £ 296.21
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Our personal message:
Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. I'm absolutely delighted and honored to have been asked by WDCS to run the London Marathon in support of the Protect Our Dolphins campaign. The dolphins of the Moray Firth have brought pleasure to many people over the years, and the least we can do is respect the small area that has been allocated as a Special Area of Conservation, providing a refuge for them from the continued development of the marine area.
One of my lingering memories of my own time in Scotland is the dolphin encounters I enjoyed over the course of a wonderful summer. I'll be running both the Bath Half Marathon in March, and the London Marathon on April, in a dolphin costume, and I hope my wheezing, stumbling progress round the course can contribute towards the continued protection and security of the vulnerable dolphins of the Moray Firth.
Donating through Justgiving is quick, easy and totally secure. Itís also the most efficient way to sponsor me: Whale And Dolphin Conservation Society gets your money faster and, if youíre a UK taxpayer, Justgiving makes sure 25% in Gift Aid, plus a 3% supplement, are added to your donation.
So please sponsor me now!
Display Name Date Amount Tax Bonus Comment
Trish & Steve Carter 06/02/2009 £10.00 £2.82 Go Monty! You're a mad beggar but we love you.
Dave Watkins. 06/02/2009 £25.00 £7.05 Brave Man! My conscience is clear...
Jane Maggs (nee Halls) 06/02/2009 £10.00 £2.82 A very proud Auntie!
Amy Twomey 06/02/2009 £10.00 £2.82 Looking forward to the photos. Good luck.
Monty Halls (Senior) 06/02/2009 £5.00 £1.41 What have I produced ???
Sam 06/02/2009 £5.00 £1.41 Wishing you the very very best
Kat 06/02/2009 £10.00 £2.82 How could I not after such & eloquent email highlighting such a plight not sure who's is worse at the moment Flipper's or Monty, joking aside GL & WDx
Caroline Rose 05/02/2009 £100.00 £28.21 26.2 in a dolphin suit? You're a star. Don't forget to do a couple of training runs in it...
Mark Gazzard 04/02/2009 £20.00 £5.64 Well done for supporting the marine cause.
Roger and Clarice Gazzard 04/02/2009 £20.00 £5.64 good luck it's a very good cause so keep on running! no ducking and diving in that lovely outfit!
Jason White 02/02/2009 £31.21 £8.80 One day's diving pay, god bless the RN. Many thanks and good luck from the Northern Diving Group.
steve backshall 29/01/2009 £10.00 £2.82 Would pay good cash to see a 6'3" version of Flipper-just don't stop en-route to save some kids from drowning...
Rob Hoole 23/01/2009 £10.00 £2.82 Good luck Monty. First donation from a member of the RN MCDOA.
phil blake 22/01/2009 £10.00 £2.82 Good luck monty. Me and friends will be doing three lakes on the same day for H4H. www.justgiving.com/philblake1
Ivor Moody 18/01/2009 £10.00 £2.82 Great cause, cannot wait to see the dolphin suit!
Joanne Defty 11/01/2009 £10.00 £2.82 Good Luck. You're a star for running for WDCS.
*Total donated online: £296.21
Amount raised offline: £0.00
Gift Aid plus supplement: £83.55
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