08 October 2019
Eva to date has run 3 races in aid of Nerve Tumours UK, all in support of her wonderful little niece who was diagnosed with NF1 last year. She has so far ran in and completed the Great North Run, the London ASICS 10k and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 10K.
Here Eva tells us a little bit about why she decided to start running for Nerve Tumours UK:
"I started fundraising for Nerve Tumours UK because my little niece Mira was diagnosed with NF1 last year. I knew very little about the condition so started doing some research and came across the charity. I feel incredibly honoured and proud to run my races for Nerve Tumours UK and to be able to raise funds for the charity and awareness of Neurofibromatosis."
"I feel incredibly honoured and proud to run my races for Nerve Tumours UK and to be able to raise funds for the charity and awareness of Neurofibromatosis."
Eva's niece Mira
If you, like Eva, would like to run in support of Nerve Tumours UK in order to help spread awareness for NF up and down the country then make sure to visit our challenge hub below to find your perfect event today!
Everyone at Nerve Tumours UK would like to thank Eva for her incredible efforts over the past year and wish her the best of luck in all her future races 😊
Postponed: Medicine and Me: Living with Nerve Tumours at the Royal Society of Medicine
Postponed: Find out more about the event at the Medicine & Me event at the Royal Society of Medicine here:Read More