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Entrepreneurs Physical Edge helps from around the world through KIVA








Rhys Chong raising Money for Kiva














Alzheimer's Research Trust


National Multiple Sclerosis Society

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Physical Edge is supporting:

Physical Edge is raising money for KIVA, which is a nonprofit charity which opens lending to people in poverty to set up businesses and create better lives for themselves, the community and their families. These are some businesses Physical Edge has supported.


St John’s Hampton Wick, a church working with homeless, prisoners and people in poverty.


Physical Edge is supporting Beckenham Soroptimists. Soroptimist International is a worldwide women’s organisation working to improve the lot of women and their families through campaigning, fund raising and direct service. Having raised over £4000 to provide clean water for a community in Tanzania, Beckenham Soroptimists are now fund raising to help the Parkinson’s group set up a new support service in Orpington, Kent.


Physical Edge supports Catriona Macherson in her drive to complete Ironman Wales and support Spinal Muscular Dystrophy. She did an amazing job. Read her blog.


Physical Edge supports these fundraising events:

ohn Durkin races the 100 miles Prudential Ride London Surrey to raise money for Children with Cancer UK.


Physical Edge is proud to support Joshua Bronson run 90kms (ultramarathon) to raise money for JustAct Middle East.



Physical Edge is proud to support Robert Bricout in his Spartan race in Italy, in support of Joining Jack, and the fight against DMD in children. www.justgiving.com/Robert-Bricout2


Physical Edge is proud to support Will Midlane who is racing the Brighton Marathon 2016 to raise money for the Special Yoga Foundation. The SYF provides therapy work for children with special needs. www.justgiving.com/Will-Midlane


Physical Edge is proud to support Gary "Flash" Blesson and Dave Shepherd ride from Portugal to London in aid of their close friend Richard Winchester, who has been diagnosed with Myeloma, a type of bone marrow disease. Read More>





Physical Edge is supporting Robert Marwick race the looooooong bike ride, John O'Groats to Lands End, for Medicinema. Medicinema provides cinemas in hospitals for children. Hope you have a good pair of bike pants Robert and remember those children when it hurts. Go for it.


Physical Edge is proud to support Chris Brocklehurst run the London 2013 marathon. He is running for NSCPCC to stop cruelty to children. Full Stop. Come on Chris.


Physical Edge is proud to support Alex Smith who is training for Challenge Barcelona 2013 to raise Money for his Son who has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Harrison's Fund, www.harrisonsfund.org.



Physical Edge is proud to support Adrian Mastalerski during Movember in support of Men's Health. Adrian you have done all men proud, well done.


Physical Edge is proud to support Mungo Tennant bike ride the hills of Ibiza in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital. Mungo suffered a severe knee injury in the build up to his charity ride and has worked hard on his rehabilitation to still compete. He is not 100% better but he will do his best as he supports Great Ormond Street Hospital every year and he does not want to miss out raising money this year. Mungo we are behind you and wait to hear if your knee survives the ride.


Physical Edge was contacted by Geraldine Haack to ask support for a man, Hasmot, from Bangladesh who was mauled by a Tiger and needs medical care in London. Hasmot's face was so disfigured he wears a bandana across his face and can not show his children what he looks like as he will frighten them. Geraldine is bike riding London to Brighton to help raise £30,000 for Hasmot. Physical Edge wishes Geraldine a great ride and looks forward to Hasmot having reconstructuve surgery and being able to show his children what he looks like under the bandana. Click here to see images of Hasmot. Watch video of the day.


Physical Edge is proud to sponsor Alan Hodgart on his charity ride for Help for Heros. He is aiming to cycle 375 miles over 5 days. He was a professional endurance rider in his younger days but these hills climbs will challenge him. Alan bring back the old memories and ride like the wind.


Physical Edge proudly supports Mark Bender and Adrian Mastalerski in growing their moustaches for Movember to support The Prostate Cancer Charity, The Institute of Cancer Research and The Movember Foundation.


Physical Edge proudly supports Dr Justin Roberts in raising money for Muscular Help Foundation. He is undertaking several incredible challenges in 1 year including the Grim 8, Tough Guy, Devon Ultra, Marathon Des Sables, Ironman France, Roth Challenge, Kilimanjaro and Grim again. He is truly testing his expertise as a nutritionist. You are outstanding Justin.


Physical Edge supports Nick Wills who is taking the Rob Roy Challenge. This event takes place in the Scotland and follows the Rob Roy way from Drymen to Kenmore at the top of Loch Tay. It consists of a 16 mile walk and then 39 mile bike. The event is in support of the NSPCC, Sightsavers, and Alzheimers Scotland.


Physical Edge supports Justin Carroll who is taking on Kilimanjaro for the charity Orchid, which raises money for the massively under-funded and little known male cancers.




Physical Edge also supports Tony and Debbie Lucas who are taking part in the Sandstone Challenge for Active Hope on the 25 June 2011. Active Hope's vision is to provide quality Outdoor Education, led by Christian Instructors, for children and young people of all backgrounds.


Physical Edge has in the past supported:

Physical Edge proudly supported Eleanor Cameron's work with Go MAD in Tanzania. Read here what she wrote about the time.


Physical Edge supported Athelea Eddy in her participating in the MoonWalk raising money for Walk the Walk. The charity supports projects and campaigns that are involved with breast cancer.


Physical Edge sponsored Nicholas Appell who was raising money for Springboard UK by running the North Pole marathon on the 7th April 2009. Read about how Nicholas coped with severe injuries in his lead up to the race in the news section.


Physical Edge proudly supported Penny Davis in climbing 4 mountains in Bolivia. Two were over 6,000 metres (Acontango and Huyana Potsei). Penny had to overcome an ACL recontruction and ongoing knee pain post operatively to successfully complete her climb in support of the Alzheimers Reseach Trust. She was able to raise £11,000 for this charity, great work Penny.


Physical Edge has proudly supported the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Nicole Goldstein race the NYC Nautica Triathlon. This was Nicole's frist triathlon and she was been recovering from knee injuries for the race. Great stuff Nicole, fly like the wind.