Our Featured Charity

We are very excited to be having A Mile In Her Shoes as our featured charity in 2013.  We met the founder, Nicola, at a fitness blogger social.  Her passion for the cause captivated a room of 40+ bubbly fitness addicts to silence.

How you can help:

1. Donate your spare or unwanted sports clothing and running shoes, even if

they are used.

The charity is new but growing fast and will need donated running shoes and clothing

to keep it going. It will continue to re-use donated items with its running groups and

re-sell other items at its pop-up shops to runners at a bargain price. The clothing will

have the AMIHS logo added so that women can show support when they buy and

wear a second—hand piece of kit, with all proceeds going towards the work of the

charity. Send clothing to:

Nicola Miller

c/o London South Bank University

103 Borough Road

London

SE1 0AA

2. Volunteer to get involved with a running group

AMIHS is looking for volunteers to get involved with the next phase of its pilot in

London, so if you have a fitness qualification (such as Leadership in Running

Fitness) or even if you are just a keen runner who can spare some time to get

involved with a local group, please email Nicola at run@amileinhershoes.co.uk to

find out more.

3. Spread the word

Please follow us on Twitter @InHerShoesHQ, share our statuses and tell others

about what we are doing. You can follow our blog at www.amileinhershoes.co.uk or

like our Facebook page: facebook.com/inhershoeshq

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