Almost £20m raised through JustGiving for London Marathon

Almost £20m raised through JustGiving for London Marathon

27 Apr 2015 | Hugh Radojev

Runners in yesterday's London Marathon have so far raised nearly £20m through JustGiving, the fundraising platform has announced - an 18 per cent increase on last year's figure.


Almost £20m raised through JustGiving for London Marathon

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