Donations double in one day following Marathon runner’s death
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Donations double in one day following Marathon runner’s death

16 Apr 2014 | Fundraising | Alice Sharman

The amount donated to the National Osteoporosis Society, the charity 42-year-old Robert Berry was running for at the weekend's London Marathon, has reached over £60,000 since his death.

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