Murray was inspired to support us after we helped to care for his dad Noel following a serious motorcycle accident in 2019.
Since April 2020 Murray along with his parents Noel and Emily have raised over £14,500 by undertaking a series of gruelling challenges. Murray was just five-years-old when he ran a marathon across five days to support us. Then in January 2021 the family of three took on our first ever virtual challenge, Run 31, setting themselves an extra challenge of completing the fundraiser in just one day.
Murray is an inspiration and was selected as a finalist for the BBC Radio Sussex Make A Difference Heroes Awards. He was one of three finalists for the Young Achiever of the Year category which recognises the achievements of people under the age of 18 who have demonstrated maturity beyond their years.
We are so pleased that Murray will be joining us as a KSS Young Ambassador. He is already a great role model for our young fundraisers.
“I am immensely proud of my family. Murray has taken it all in his stride. He is aware that I wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for KSS. He decided to fundraise for the charity that saved my life.” – Noel, Murray’s dad.