Nadine Murray, who works within the ICT Department at Inspire, is exchanging computers for trainers on Monday 1st May and taking on a 26.2 mile challenge, by taking part in this year’s Belfast City Marathon.
Nadine is taking part in the challenge to fundraise in aid of Inspire, after being motivated through her first-hand experience of the work the charity do. Speaking about the upcoming marathon and why she chose to support Inspire, Nadine said; ‘Working within Inspire, I get the chance to witness first-hand the fantastic and life-changing work that the charity does. Inspire’s focus on wellbeing for all is something I am passionate about and hope to raise awareness and funds for the range of support services delivered across Northern Ireland. I have been training hard for the upcoming marathon and am excited to take part, I can’t wait to experience the buzz on the day and run in my Inspire t-shirt to represent the charity.’
If you would like to support Nadine’s fundraising efforts, you can donate to her JustGiving page here.
Inspire would like to thank Nadine and all our Belfast City Marathon participants for their support.
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