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 We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to the following grant making trusts for their support for our work

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Fundraisers - read about some of the people who have fundraised for us 


Josie - London Marathon 2019


Josie Warner will be running the London Marathon on Sunday 28th April and is raising funds for the CBF.  Josie is connected to the CBF through her Aunt Helen, who is our Finance and Fundraising Lead and who also ran the London Marathon for the CBF last year.  We are very grateful to Josie and wish her lots of luck with her training and her marathon run. If you would like to sponsor Josie and help raise funds for the CBF the please visit:


Helen - London Marathon 2018

Helen our CBF Finance & Fundraising Lead ran the marathon in London on 22nd April.  Along with her training buddy and CBF Administrator Carina, they have been out training every weekend including a very cold and muddy run on New Years Eve and the Canterbury 10 mile run in the snow, not to mention the dark evenings after work!  Here she is with the CBF cheer squad of CEO Viv Cooper and Family Support Lead Holly Young.


Nightriders Adam, Doug and Trey

Our three cyclists took part in the Nightrider London 100km bike ride in June. Cycling past iconic London landmarks at night, the 100km route was a challenge for them all. However, in true CBF Supporter style they all rose to the challenge and did us proud, all completing in around 7 hours. Between them they raised over £1000.

Adam said "I completed the 100k in 7 hours including highly important food stops! It was quite something to see the sun rise over London at 5am. My trusty Brompton did me well! Thank you so much for all the support, The Challenging Behaviour Foundation is a fantastic cause".



We must give a special mention to Natalie, who was due to take part in Nightrider. Unfortunately she was involved in an accident while training for the event and was quite badly injured so was unable to take part. She will be taking her place in next year's event, and has already raised £441.25. If yould like to join her, the entry for Nightrider London 2015 is now open - sign up here.


Straight after taking part in Survival of the Fittest, Lee started training for the London Marathon. All his hard work paid off, as he completed the iconic 26.2 mile route in 4 hours and 28 mintes. So far Lee has raised over £500 for The Chalenging Behaviour Foundation.

There is still time to sponsor Lee in recognition of his aching muscles.



Congratulations to Emma, for completing the Greater Manchester Marathon in 6 hours and 12 minutes. Emma said "It was one of the hardest things that I have ever done and I was in a lot of pain but I did it! At the time I said that I would never do it again but who knows....!" Emma has so far raised almost £300, with more money still coming in. You can leave a message of congratulations and sponsor her here.

Survivors Nick, Neil, Becky, Pak and Lee

The Tizard centre's 5 competitors all got together on a very cold day in November to take on the Survival of the Fittest Challenge at Battersea Powerstation in London.

The gruelling 10km urban themed assault course tested their strength, stamina and senses. They completed the course in a great time, well done guys! We hope to put forward a team for next years event. Please contact us for details.

 the survival of the fittest team

Skydivers Chris, Tori, Lynn, Kirk, Jen, Holly and Becky

Our magnificent seven bravely took to the skies on 29th September to do a 12,000ft skydive. Between them they raised a whopping £4,000. Think you could follow in their footsteps? Email us for more information about skydiving in Kent - we have two dates booked this year!

scared skydivers!  

SusanSusan with her certificate

Congratulations to Susan for completing her 12,000ft skydive, here she is on the right with her certificate.



Well done to our very own Jo who completed the Yorkshire 3 peaks challenge in 13 and a half hours. We're really proud of her.



Nick at the London MarathonThree cheers for Nick Gore who ran the London Marathon in 4 hours and 9 minutes! He also raised over £1500 for the CBF. We're so proud of him!









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