November 2020 marked the 30th anniversary of Open Road. 30 wonderful years, of providing the communities of Essex and Kent with outstanding services.

In honour of this Open Road has launched a campaign to raise £30k for the 30 years that Open Road has been providing the communities of Essex with specialist drug and alcohol support.

To download your Fundraising Pack click here

Alternatively to discuss other fundraising options contact our fundraising manager Leah Vincent – Leah.Vincent@openroad.org.uk

 

Previous Fundraising Activity

Leah

Leah, our Fundraising Manager, ran 3 miles a day for 30 days. This is Leah and her brother-in-law on the final run.

Dartford-ladies

Michael, Jamie, Paul, John & Luke climbed Mount Snowden. It took them 3 hours up the Pyg track, & 3 hours down the Minera track.

Sarah's Afternoon tea

Our Chief Executive Sarah hosted a cake-filled afternoon tea and raffle in her beautiful garden.

Leah

Luke from our Chelmsford Centre, lost a total of 4 stone by eating healthy and doing more exercise. Here is a before and after.

Dartford-ladies

Adam a Recovery Worker for Clacton & Michael a Recovery Worker Volunteer cycled from Clacton to Walton pier & back.

Sarah's Afternoon tea

Nick our trustee, walked 3 miles a day for 30 days and took some beautiful pictures along the way.

Leah

Beatrix, the daughter of Tim, one of our trustees, scooted over 30 miles during lockdown.

Dartford-ladies

Our founders, Bridie & Richard, walked 30 miles to Kagyu Samye Ling, a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery & Centre for World Peace & Health, & back.

Sarah's Afternoon tea

Karen, Team Leader for South & West Essex did 10 thousand steps a day for 30 days.

Leah

We hosted a virtual recovery walk on the 4th of July which was supported by many.

Dartford-ladies

Dartford Ladies performed 30 kick ups a day for 30 days.

Sarah's Afternoon tea
The children of a Young Persons Substance Misuse Worker, visited 30 parks in 30 days.