Do something Take on a challenge Great Bristol Half Marathon 2019 Join Team Motivation for a charity place at the Great Bristol Half Marathon - get in touch today! We need runners to take on Bristol Half Marathon and help us support disabled adults and children globally. Will you take on the challenge? Sign up touch today! What's the event? The Great Bristol Half Marathon 2019 is the perfect running event with a view. The route takes you past the iconic Avon Gorge and Clifton Suspension Bridge, take in an electric atmosphere, and enjoy ten music points along the way. Ideal for beginners or more experienced runners alike! Why join Team Motivation? We'll give you dedicated support: Free Motivation t-shirt Fundraising pack Training advice Support with your online fundraising page and social media Event cheering from Motivation staff Get a free charity place when you pledge to raise £500 for disabled people globally. Why fundraise with Team Motivation? More than one billion people have a disability. 80% of disabled people live in developing countries. Motivation is a Bristol based disability charity and non profit organisation. Through wheelchair design and provision, services and training, we enable greater independence and opportunities for disabled adults, disabled children, their families and communities throughout developing countries. With your help we can achieve our vision of a world that includes all disabled people in every aspect of life. Join Team Motivation today. Get in touch with Holly on [email protected] to find out more! Already registered to run? You can still join our team! Get in touch today for a Motivation fundraising pack. Want to get inspired? Your fundraising will help us support people like Harrison to find mobility and confidence. At 19 years old, Harrison was in an accident that left him paralysed. He was sent home from hospital with a wheelchair that didn't fit - after just an hour of use it became painful. The design made it unsuitable for the uneven ground in his house and community. Unable to move around on his own, he was isolated from his friends and couldn't work. Before long, Harrison became depressed. Then he was given a Motivation Rough Terrain wheelchair and wheelchair skills training. He said his life changed after the first day. By the end of the course he was moving around on his own and using public transport. Now, I am independent and I have the skills to look after myself. I would like to go to villages and give disabled people the support that Motivation has given to me so they too can have a better life. And I want to show my child that he can get the best education even with a parent in a wheelchair. Last year Motivation's work had a direct impact on more than 19,000 people like Harrison. We need your help to keep supporting even more disabled people globally.