On 26th May 2013, members of the Manchester Detachment of ‘The Royal Marines Reserve’ (RMR) put a team together to take part in the BUPA 10k Great Manchester Run. They raised a significant amount of money for the ‘The Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund’ (RMCFT). The run was completed in 62 minutes and was conducted as a ‘speed-march’ with each Royal Marine carrying the standard fighting order weight of 35lbs in their patrol daysacks.
G4 Physiotherapy & Fitness would like to thank each person that kindly donated money at the clinic for the RMCFT. Every single contribution was greatly appreciated.
The Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund (RMCFT) is a charity that has been set up in aid to raise money and funding for serving and retired Royal Marines and their dependants. The charity is governed by serving and retired Royal Marines who ensure that all kind donations and contributions are used in the most beneficial way to help the Royal Marines family.
The RMFCT have set a challenge of raising £6,000,000 by 2014 to denote the 350th anniversary of the Royal Marines.
In recent years, many Royal Marines have been unfortunate to be involved in both tragic and life debilitating incidents. The RMCFT strive to ensure the best possible care is given to those brave soldiers and their families.
If you would like further information on the charity or would like to further voluntary contribute to the RMCFT please feel free to contact the G4 clinic or visit one of the following links: