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The Mayor's 100 Heroes

Header and thermometer showing £1,389 raised so far


Each year, the Mayor of Stockton-on-Tees chooses charities to raise money for during their time in the role. This year’s Mayor, Councillor Mohammed Javed, has chosen three charities:

  • The Halo Project
  • The Great North East Air Ambulance 
  • Macmillan Cancer Support

Fundraising in the usual ways is not possible at the moment because of the Coronavirus pandemic and that’s why the Mayor is calling for your help!

Councillor Javed is searching for 100 Heroes to raise money for these three great causes. Whether you take on a challenge, start a bake sale, or take part in a talent show to raise money, we're looking for 100 people to get involved and raise a minimum of £100 each.

Take a look at some of the fundraising people have done so far below. You can see how much has been raised so far on the Mayor's Go Fund Me.

If you'd like to become one of the Mayor's 100 heroes, please contact [email protected].

 

1. Cllr Lisa Evans is fundraising by walking her puppy Milo 100 miles.

  2. Kitty baked and sold 100 cupcakes.
  3. Cllr Ian Dalgarno is doing a sponsored slim, and is down 8lbs so far!
Paper bags on a tablePaper bags on a table   4. Kath Hardy from Much Ado About Muffins is providing 100 free art and craft packs to local children this Christmas - and has already raised £245 of her £500 target.
Black and white photo of Paris Karatzas   5. Paris Karatzas is running 100km in just 30 days.
CVFM Strollers crouching and smiling to camera in park   6. The CVFM Radio Strollers are fundraising by walking and running 1 million steps during November - an incredible effort!
Boy in Halloween makeup holding cupcakes   7. Lisa Williams is selling cupcakes for the Mayor's charities. Her grandson Noah was her helper over Halloween.
    8. Sheila Taylorson is walking from her home to Preston Park 10 times - that's 45 miles total!