The Muscle Help Foundation is holding its annual ‘Die Another GRIM-Day for Muscle Dreams’ on Saturday 4 December 2010.
Held in Aldershot, the GRIM Challenge is an 8 mile off-road fun adventure run through forest trails, mud and oh yes … the occasional big murky puddle used to test colossal army vehicles!
The charity already has the record for the single largest group of fundraisers participating in the history of the GRIM event – this was achieved when nearly 100 Muscle Warriors raised £15,000 in 2009.
With your support, The Muscle Help Foundation is looking to go even further this year and is aiming to raise £40,000 for Muscle Dreams which are amazing experiences in the UK designed for children and young people suffering from the relentless muscle wasting disease Muscular Dystrophy.
There are approximately 75,000 people in the UK suffering from this
progressive disease. Muscular Dystrophy is the single biggest genetic killer of children in our world today. It robs sufferers of their mobility, independence and finally for those with the most severe type, predominantly children (mainly boys), their lives.
For further details including how to sign-up, visit: http://www.musclehelp.com
There is still plenty of time to take part!
To donate to the charity please click here.