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100K Run in 10 Days For Charity

We are proud to announce that one of our members of staff, Stacey, completed ten 10K runs in ten consecutive days to raise money for her charity CRASAC (Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre).

Stacey started her first 10K run on Thursday 21st October and then ran an additional 10K every day until Saturday 30th October. She then joined a team of forty runners taking part in CRASAC’s 40th-anniversary fundraising run as part of the Coventry 5K on Sunday 31st October to complete her amazing challenge.

CRASAC is a rape crisis centre that provides specialist helpline, counselling and advocacy support services to all those who have been affected by rape or sexual violence at any time in their lives. The charity aims to address the trauma and injustice of abuse by giving victims and survivors a voice.

Natalie Thompson CEO of CRASAC says:

“A huge thanks to Stacey for her commitment and dedication by taking on this challenge for CRASAC. For survivors like Stacey and all our clients, it’s a difficult and painful journey. I hope the support that organisations such as ours offer can provide the help needed on their path to recovery.”

In addition to completing this amazing feat, Stacey has also managed to raise over £3,600 for the charity so far and would love to raise as much money as possible to show her appreciation for everything the charity has done and for the support they continue to provide for so many survivors.

Stacey’s fundraising page can be found at Stacey’s 10x10K run for CRASAC 

Everyone at GET Solutions would like to congratulate Stacey on her remarkable achievement for charity!

Listen to Stacey’s radio interview from BBC Sounds Coventry & Warwickshire:

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