Support us Thank you fundraisers We are very fortunate to enjoy a vibrant and loyal supporter community who go out of their way to raise money for us, so that we can continue to support people with aplastic anaemia and their families, fund vital research and fight aplastic anaemia together. We really appreciate your support. We wanted to highlight a few of the amazing things that some of our fabulous fundraisers have been doing recently and use this opportunity to say THANK YOU to everyone supporting us. A few of our fabulous fundraisers Thank you Alex You are incredible. Alex walked from London to Brighton, that's in 64 miles (103km) in 24 hours and 20 minutes. That's 127,080 steps in 1 day. What a fantastic achievement and a great way to fundraise for The Aplastic Anaemia Trust. Thank you so much Alex. We hope your feet start to recover soon. Thank you to our 'Together walk' walkers On the 9th May we held our first virtual. A big thank you to all the walkers who helped create a feeling of togetherness and community even though we weren't able to be together in person. Also a big thank you to Ros and Becky for leading two great sessions in the morning to get us ready for our walk. Together we raised over £3,000. Amazing. Thank you Pagan Pagan has ran an amazing 81.81km, sold fragrances and had a super rare party with these really adorable cakes. What a star. Thank you Daisy Daisy is a super star supporter, in March she ran 25 miles and she recently took part in our Together walk. Thank you Daisy for being fabulous. Thank you to Emily's Wicked Walkers A big shout out goes to all those who took part in 'Emily's wicked walk to the west end' in memory of Emily. We would particularly like to thank Emily's family and friends who organised the walk. Tom, Rosemary Clodagh, Hugo, Myles Copal, baby Lara, Claire and Niamh, you are so incredible. Emily's Wicked to the West End raised over 38,000 Euros for The Aplastic Anaemia Trust and Anthony Nolan. Just Incredible. Thank you Phyllis Phyllis uses her knitting skills to raise money for us and recently made these adorable Easter Chicks to sell. We love your knitting Phyllis. Thank you to all those who share their birthdays with us and ask for donations for The Aplastic Anaemia Trust instead of gifts. - Happy Birthday Thank you to Merv and the Moontrekkers* Merv's mission is walk to the moon and back and raise £25,000 for four charities including The Aplastic Anaemia Trust. That is some out of this world fundraising from Merv and his team of moontrekkers. #moontrekkers https://loveyoutothemoonandback.org/ *We think this is a great name for a band. We'd be your number one fans. Thank you Amelia Amelia baked these delicious Lemon Drizzle cakes and some Brownies each weekend and sold them to friends and family in memory of her friend. She raised £700, that's a lot of cake. Amelia also gave out leaflets to raise awareness about aplastic anaemia and the work we do. You are fabulous. Thank you Broadstairs Bathers This amazing group of friends braved the cold sea every day in March and raised over £1,200. Thank you Zach Zach took on a challenge to write a letter a day throughout February. He raised an incredible £937. Well Done Zach. If you feel inspired and want to help fundraise please contact Hannah our Supporter Experience Assistant [email protected] or you can order a fundraising pack here. If you know of someone that is doing some great fundraising for us and would like them to have a spot on this page let Hannah know.