Thank you note with smiley face , isolated on white

Fit For Felix could not exist without you. You have given of your time, money and enthusiasm. Thank you. Whether you have chosen to donate £1 or something more, you have helped to make a young boys life better. Of the organisations that have contributed towards the Fit For Felix campaign, some of them are named here:

Swanmore College
Raised well over £2,000 since Felixs accident, through a number of great initiatives and events.

Lamerton Creative
Designs all our flyers and logos for the website, bags, stickers, mugs, T-shirts etc.

Barnaby’s Coffee Shop
Hosts a number of events, and makes continuous donations to the campaign.

Kicked us off with an awesome Santa Hat Run, and continues to provide endless help.

Talk Design & Print
Prints flyers for each event, as well as stickers and other cool stuff.

Bishops Estate Agents
For donating 1,000 wrist bands that are now Fit For Felix wrist bands on sale here

Sainsbury’s, Hayes Travel and McCarthys
..and all those who contributed towards a great sportive

Ed Giddins and the team at the Hilton Ageas Bowl
For helping us put together an awesome Party For Felix last year

Winchester Caravans
For being our 2,000th Paypal donator, and donating a wonderful £250

Andrew Pearce and everyone at Creatiques Wedding Boutique in Southsea
An award winning retailer who do lots of great things to support charities, including FFF

The sports massage and therapy students of Peter Symonds College
For providing post-race massages to some of our events 

Range Rover Evoque Owners Club
Who gave the proceeds from last years calendar to HIOWAA

Jellyfish and 21six
Provided and printed the Fit For Felix T-shirts. On sale here

Vaultex Winchester
Wonderful people, who continue to support Felix and his endeavours. Thanks guys!

Onsite catering support at a number of events, who then donate all the proceeds to the campaign.


Plus a host of amazing friends including Mary Blount, Jo Davey, Sam Smith, Alastair Walton, Natalie Pennial, Amanda & Rick Ankers, Charlotte Graetz, Hannah Pateman, Debbie Day, Roger Kevern, Gerald Morales and others, without whom the campaign would not have got this far.