University of Bristol

Joseph Davis

Joseph Davis

Joseph Davis

My Story

Hi I am Joe Davis, a 22 year graduate from the University of Bristol. I am lucky enough to have been chosen to run the London Marathon for the University as an Alumni and have pledged to raise a minimum of £2000 towards the ‘Healthy Minds’ initiative. This programme is designed to help Students struggling with their mental health improve their well being through access to sports societies and facilities.

During my second year of University I received help from the Student Counselling Service regarding my anxiety. I had been unhappy for some time struggling to sleep, eat and enjoy myself. I was carrying a slight back injury so was unable to play Rugby or go to the gym, so I appreciate how much of a difference exercise can make to your wellbeing.

I am extremely grateful for any donation made and remember no donation is too small. If this money is able to help only a few people begin their road to recovery then it will make every second of training and running worthwhile

University of Bristol

Raising for:

University of Bristol
111%

Funded

  • Target
    £2,000
  • Raised so far
    £2,215
  • Number of donors
    105

My Story

Hi I am Joe Davis, a 22 year graduate from the University of Bristol. I am lucky enough to have been chosen to run the London Marathon for the University as an Alumni and have pledged to raise a minimum of £2000 towards the ‘Healthy Minds’ initiative. This programme is designed to help Students struggling with their mental health improve their well being through access to sports societies and facilities.

During my second year of University I received help from the Student Counselling Service regarding my anxiety. I had been unhappy for some time struggling to sleep, eat and enjoy myself. I was carrying a slight back injury so was unable to play Rugby or go to the gym, so I appreciate how much of a difference exercise can make to your wellbeing.

I am extremely grateful for any donation made and remember no donation is too small. If this money is able to help only a few people begin their road to recovery then it will make every second of training and running worthwhile

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