A bit of office light hearted banter lead to David, Andrew and Neil talking themselves into running 2012 Marathons! David and Andrew will be running The Brighton Marathon on April 15th and Neil the Milton Keynes Marathon April 29th.
Team Sussex hope to raise £1,000 for each of our chosen charities.
To get the ball rolling Sussex Promotions has pledged £1 for every invoice raised in 2012.
Rockinghorse brings hope to families in challenging times, improving the quality of life for some of the most vulnerable children in Sussex and Surrey.
Many of those supported are living with life threatening conditions, profound physical or learning disabilities or have complex medical needs.
Working in partnership with respite centres and children\'s hospitals, Rockinghorse strive to make services stimulating, cutting edge and accessible for the many babies, children and teenagers who need them.\"
Worthing Churches Homeless Projects began in 1991 in response to the needs of local people experiencing homelessness. Today it supports 500 people each year providing a range of services including a Day Centre and 4 Accommodation Projects.
WCHP believes that everyone has the right to a home, regardless of the difficulties and issues they may face in their lives. They believe in showing those who need help, that the wider community are there to support them and to offer hope for a better future.
The work undertaken by WCHP is crucial, people who live in their accommodation receive the specialist support they need to ensure their recovery. Empowering homeless or insecurely housed individuals to achieve sustainable independent living.
The Stephen Hawking School Trust supports children (and their families) from birth to age 11 in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets with severe, profound and/or multiple learning difficulties by developing and extending the range of opportunities in education and child care.
The trust has a close relationship with Stephen Hawking School, a primary school for children aged two to 11 with learning difficulties, many of whom also have complex medical needs.
Outside of normal school hours, the trust provides funding to support daily care, recreation and education of children.
The Trust also aims to support the education and training of the individuals who provide care, education and recreational facilities.