21 Apr
2024

TCS London Marathon 2024

21 Apr 2024, London

TCS London Marathon 2024

21 Apr 2024, London

#TeamSailorsSociety is preparing to be part of the world's most famous marathon! These dedicated fundraisers with a passion for running are in their final weeks of training.

Meet #TeamSailorsSociety - London Marathon 2024:

George Belcher


George is an alumnus of the London Marathon running in a Sailors’ Society vest since 2021. A British seafarer, George started to run and raise money for our work with seafarers after seeing what fellow crew went through during the pandemic. He says “It’s great to be able to give something back to a charity that’s helping seafarers“

George’s fundraising page can be found at https://2024tcslondonmarathon.enthuse.com/pf/george-belcher

Becky Bryant


Becky says she is honoured to be taking on the 26.2 miles in support of the Sailors' Society. As a seafarer, she says she intimately understands the trials that accompany life at sea and she deeply appreciates any donation you can make. “Having worked at sea and away from home I have grown a personal connection to this charity”. she says

You can donate to Becky's fundraising total at: https://2024tcslondonmarathon.enthuse.com/pf/becky-bryant

Dereck Camacho


Dereck works for G2 Ocean as a port captain based in Brazil. He won his place in the Marathon and the chance to raise much needed funds for us following the company's recent Steps Challenge.

You can donate to Dereck's fundraising efforts by going to
https://sailorssociety.enthuse.com/pf/dereck-camacho

Carl King


In 2022, Carl left London's corporate world for the Philippines, driven by a passion to share the untold stories of seafarers. He is running the London Marathon 2024 for Sailors Society, to honour their spirit and support them.

Carl’s fundraising page is https://sailorssociety.enthuse.com/pf/carl-king

Henry Kirk


Henry says he is running for Sailors‘ Society because we have been “supporting the care and welfare of seafarers for more than 200 years and it does some amazing work“ Henry adds that any contributions will be very welcomed and will provide him with “encouragement with my training and for the big day”.

You can contribute and provide encouragement for Henry at: https://2024tcslondonmarathon.enthuse.com/pf/henry-kirk

Josias Moretto


Josias also works for G2 Ocean. A senior operations manager based in the USA, he won his place in the Marathon alongside Dereck following the company's recent Steps Challenge.

You can donate to Josias fundraising efforts at:
https://sailorssociety.enthuse.com/pf/josias-moretto

Alistair Scarff

Alistair works for the Bank of America, currently based in Australia. He is also an alumnus, having run marathons for Sailors' Society since 2015. Alistair lived in Hong Kong and Singapore for much of his life and remembers" seeing the glittering ships go by". Now he wants people to understand "the hardships that seafarers actually have to deal with when working on those glittering ships, particularly these days with the events in the Red Sea".

You can donate to Alistair's marathon fundraising efforts by going to https://2024tcslondonmarathon.enthuse.com/pf/alistair-scarff

Steve Wilson


To celebrate 40 years in the offshore vessel industry, Steve has decided to fundraise for the Sailors Society as his company, Tidewater, is partnering with the Sailors Society in their Wellness at Sea mental health initiative.

Steve’s fundraising page is https://2024tcslondonmarathon.enthuse.com/pf/steve-wilson

If you would like to run for Sailors' Society in the 2025 London Marathon click here to email Kirsty Batson.

To find out more about our work with seafarers and their families HERE

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