IT Boss Running 12 Races in 12 Months For Charity

Tom Breza, CEO of London’s Operum Tech, is running 12 charity races in 12 months to raise money for charity.

Tom’s and the team’s progress so far:

2022 – Total raised £3000+

MonthDistanceCharityRaisedDonation Link
JanuaryHalf-MarathonSamaritans£440Samaritans donation link
FebruaryMarathonChildren Affected by war in Ukraine£50Children Affected by war in Ukraine
March50KM UltraShishukunj International £255Shishukunj Kids
AprilSpartan RunChildren’s Hospital Pyjamas£180Children’s Hospital Pyjamas£121Horatio’s Garden
JuneMarathonGarwood Foundation£230Garwood Foundation donation link
July Ultra Trail 43K Croydon Vision£270Croydon Vision- Trail of the Ray
AugustMarathonStartup Croydon£170Startup Croydon
SeptemberMarathonEvelina London Children’s Charity£30Thames Meander Marathon
OctoberMartahon Duffus Community Foundation£–Turkey Trot
NovemberTBCAwaiting selection£–Awaiting creation
DecemberTBCAwaiting selection£–Awaiting creation

Tom has committed to running 12 ultramarathons, marathons, and half marathons over the course of 12 months. Last year, he undertook a charitable endeavour and successfully raised over £3,000 for the Children of Ukraine, together with his team at Operum.Tech.

Building on this achievement, he is now aiming to raise funds for various causes such as education, healthcare, poverty alleviation, and environmental conservation.

We warmly invite you to participate in the runs with us or make a donation. Your contribution will greatly assist the organizations we are partnering with, who are tirelessly working towards making a difference in their respective communities. No amount is too small, and every donation counts towards our shared goal of creating a better world for all.

We understand that times are challenging, and not everyone may be in a position to donate. However, we encourage you to help spread the word and share our message with your loved ones.

Together, we can make a meaningful impact and create positive change.

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