London Marathon 2022

Four runners in the London Marathon supported DKMS, including one who did the virtual marathon with a twist. You can read more here


Reshna Radiven, Head of Communications and Engagement at DKMS took part, raising over £3,200. Reshna, who joined DKMS in January 2020, has worked with many patients: "Having seen first-hand the impact that DKMS has on the lives of patients and their loved ones, I want to do everything I can to make sure more people in need of a stem cell transplant find their perfect match."

Georgina Mills was due to run a few years ago but it was delayed due to Covid and injury; she was able to run this year, raising over £1,100.

Iain Robertson raised over £550. He explained: "My auntie passed away from leukaemia and my nephew is currently very ill waiting for a bone marrow transplant so I thought this would be a great cause to run for. It's close to my family and my heart."

Steve Baker signed up to DKMS as a donor along with his wife a couple of years ago after hearing about it on the radio.

Claire Morgan-Hughes hiked the virtual marathon on the South West Coastal Path with friends Debbie and Lily. Claire has undertaken #Mission50 to raise money and awareness for DKMS on her 50th year. You can read more about Claire’s fundraising here.

DKMS' Reshna runing the London Marathon 2022
Georgina London Marathon
Ian - London Marathon
Steve London Marathon
Claire and friends Debbie and Lily

Thanks to all the runners for supporting us!

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