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The Malcolm Whales Foundation

Fundraising Events

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Dorset Walk

The Dorset Walk is an annual fundraising event, covering over 40 miles along the Dorset Coastline. The event runs over three days, starting from Weymouth seafront and finishing at Studland Bay.

 

The Dorset Walk first started in 2009, with 29 participants, and has grown ever since, with 120 participants walking the coastal path in 2015.

 

The amount raised over this seven year period has amassed to an amazing £100,000, and with your help, 2016 can be an even bigger and better year.

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12 Hours Of Sport

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Charity Golf Day

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Charity Rugby Match

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Race The Sun 2014

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Take a look at our previous fundraising events.

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The Malcolm Whales Foundation currently organises an event to get everyone active!

 

Our 12 Hours Of Sport challenges students to get involved with physical activity from 07:00 to 19:00, with various activities ranging from table tennis, dance mats, trampolining, tennis, football etc.

 

Click on the button below to read up more about the event!

In the past, The Malcolm Whales Foundation has organised several charity golf events in memory of Malcolm, who loved a round of golf!

 

Click the button below to find out more about how successful these events were!

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In the past, The Malcolm Whales Foundation has organised Rugby matches, which is a great way to raise money.

 

Click the button below to find out more about how successful these events were!

Trustees from The Malcolm Whales Foundation took on the triathlon-style adventure challenge in the Lake District, by attempting to complete cycling, climbing and canoeing starting just before sunrise and finishing before sunset.

 

Click on the button below to find out how the team of trustees got on!

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Farm fun day 2018

A fantastic farm fun day today at Rookery Waters Fishing Lakes, Cafe & Caravan Park. Thanks to very kind donations The Malcolm Whales Foundation received in excess of £600.

 

Many thanks to Jack Edge Andy Emery Stuart Patman from the foundation for volunteering their time. A massive well done to Kelvin German, James German (and family), Alex Bates (and family), the amazing fishing coaches and all the staff/helpers. A brilliant day - thanks very much from all at TMWF