Be inspired by our fundraisers’ stories – and let us know if you’d like to add yours!
I am not a jogger or a runner, but walking is something I could do, and every step was for the women who walked the miscarriage path before me, the ones who are walking it now, and those who will sadly come after us.
Ian applied for a ballot entry for the 2020 London Marathon and was delighted to learn that he had obtained his own place. After the cancellation of the 2020 race, he was finally able to run in this iconic event in October 2021, and chose to support the Miscarriage Association along the way.
Amy organised a team of family and friends to take on a 21 mile sponsored walk for the M.A.
Caitie carried out weekly challenges including 21 random acts of kindness for Miles That Matter 21, in memory of her baby.
Lisa shares why she and her husband walked 21 miles for the Miscarriage Association.
…dressed in an animal onesie!
Karen took part in a tandem skydive organised by our charity partners Skyline to raise funds for the Miscarriage Association in May 2021, and it was an experience she’ll never forget!
Jessica shares her reasons for supporting Miles That Matter by hiking, cycling and running, to help fund the Miscarriage Association helpline.
Running for the Miscarriage Association seemed an obvious choice for me to fundraise for as miscarriage is such a secret, and it shouldn’t be.
Jo and Ben’s experience of recurrent loss led them to enter the Royal Parks half marathon in support of the Miscarriage Association. Jo shares their story here.
I have unfortunately suffered two miscarriages, the first in August 2017 and the second in April 2019. After my first miscarriage I trawled for answers and came across the Miscarriage Association website.
Having experienced a missed miscarriage, Nicky wanted to help the Miscarriage Association support others affected by miscarriage.
Dan shares his reasons for running the 2019 London Marathon.