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CareForChildren10kMarcusKilpatMarcus runs over 100 kms to support Norwich charity 

Former soldier Marcus Kilpatrick has run over 100 kilometres in the last year to raise funds to help Norwich-based charity Care for Children place orphaned and abandoned children into local, loving families across Asia and China.

Marcus ran his final 10k in support of Care for Children’s work, along with charity colleagues in Norwich city centre on November 21, finishing outside the charity’s office in The Close near Norwich’s Anglican Cathedral.
During 2018 Marcus has run ten 10k races across Norfolk. Staff joined the final run to encourage Marcus and to show how grateful they were for his amazing commitment.
Phill Gray, Care for Children’s Group Operations Manager, praised Marcus’ efforts. He said: “We really appreciate Marcus’ amazing efforts in raising money to help orphaned children across Asia find loving families. He even managed to get our staff out running alongside him!”
So far, Marcus has raised over £1,100 but there’s still time to support his fundraising efforts. Visit to support Marcus and donate to Care for Children’s work. 
Pictured above, Marcus and some of the staff from Care for Children about to embark on the last 10k.
Read our previous article about Marcus


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