Blogs

Welcome to our blogs, where you can read real-life stories from the families we support.

If you would like to write a blog, we'd love to hear from you. Email web.team@contact.org.uk to find out more.

Please note that the opinions expressed on these blogs are the author's own views and not necessarily those of Contact.

Godmother takes on challenge of marathon to help support children like her godson Thomas

We are inspired and humbled by our wonderful Team Contact marathon runners and will be finding out a bit more about them in the weeks leading up to the big day.

Written by Contact at 12:44

Film & TV casting assistant swaps social life for marathon training to help support families with disabled children

Contact is lucky to have a wonderful team of 19 amazing runners taking part in this year's London Marathon. We are inspired and humbled by their tremendous training and fundraising efforts, and will be finding out a bit more about them in the weeks leading up to the big day.

Written by Contact at 12:12

Manchester mum inspired to run London marathon to raise awareness of her daughter’s health condition

Contact is lucky to have a wonderful team of 19 amazing runners taking part in this year’s London Marathon. We are inspired and humbled by their tremendous training and fundraising efforts, and will be finding out a bit more about them in the weeks leading up to the big day.

Written by Contact at 12:06

Hertfordshire teacher takes on London Marathon challenge before becoming a dad

Contact is lucky to have a wonderful team of 19 amazing runners taking part in this year’s London Marathon. We are inspired and humbled by their tremendous training and fundraising efforts, and will be finding out a bit more about them in the weeks leading up to the big day.

Written by Contact at 07:00

Newport dad inspired to run London Marathon to help children with same health condition

Contact is lucky to have a wonderful team of 19 amazing runners taking part in this year’s London Marathon. We are inspired and humbled by their tremendous training and fundraising efforts.

Written by Contact at 11:10