As many of you will know, Kate Farrer was a keen sportswoman.

Perhaps not. But as you can see from scrolling down this page, so many of her friends and family have contributed to our funds by sprinting, jogging, dawdling or limping across finish lines across the UK – and we couldn’t be more grateful and supportive of their ongoing achievements. 

Please contact us if you would like to raise money for KFF’s causes.

The KFF fundraiser 2017: the CAMBRIDGE TREASURE HUNT!

On 24th June, 24 teams came from all across the UK to take part in an epic treasure hunt for fiendish clues across Kate’s home city of Cambridge. The competition was intense, as was the generosity of all KFF hunters who collectively raised just over £10,000 for our charities though their tickets, hunting bets, auction wins and general donations: thank you to everyone involved.

Below are a few choice memories from the day: please watch this space for news of our 2018 Big Day Out!

Katy (left) and Victoria (right) in training before their half marathons

Trustees run for Kate: the Cologne and Cardiff Half Marathons, October 2016

Much to their surprise, two of our Trustees Katy and Victoria suddenly decided to don their running shoes and sprint (well, jog) to raise money for the KFF’s worthy causes. Even more surprisingly, their half marathons fell on the same date – October 2nd 2016 – and despite their misgivings, both finished their races with smiles on their faces!

Thank you to all supporters and donors: they raised nearly £3,000 (including gift aid), all of which goes straight towards helping our partners around the world.



London 2 Cambridge Challenge ladies

Sue and Amanda celebrate crossing the London 2 Cambridge finish line!


Action Challenge Walk, London 2 Cambridge: August 2015

Three of the ANTS team – the Addenbrooke’s Hospital Neonatal Transport team that Kate ran – turned into superheroes over the August Bank Holiday. We thank (and are in awe of) Sue, Sonia and Amanda for walking 100k from London to Cambridge in 24 hours, all in aid of the KFF.







TurnerBates runs the Hackney Half: May 2015

On 10th May, Joanna Gomm and her colleagues Howard, Jake and Sarah at TurnerBates Design & Architecture ran the ‘Hackney Half’ in London, chosing the KFF as one of their charities. They raised over £1,500 for us: thank you!



IMG_7032[1] (1)The Bath Half: March 2015

On a sunny Sunday morning, Andy Farrer and his friend Michael Boniface completed their first half marathon. The duo ran the ‘Bath Half’ – alongside 11,500 participants –  in aid of the KFF and to date have raised over £1000, including gift aid.



Disco BopThe KF Bop: November 2014

Thank you to all that attended the KF Bop! On Saturday 8th November, at Didsbury Sports Ground in Manchester, over a 100 of us raised a glass to Kate and bopped the night away to the tunes of locally-renowned DJ Matt Wardon.

Raising over £5000, we also auctioned off prizes, including a week’s hilltop accommodation in Marbella, VIP tickets to the exclusive Anti-Aging Health and Beauty Show at Event City and signed photos of Take That – thank you to all our generous donors.


_MG_0617Sandy Calvert’s Royal Parks Half Marathon: October 2014

Sandy Calvert, Kate’s friend and colleague from St George’s Hospital, Tooting, ran the Royal Parks Half Marathon for the KFF on October 12th. Congratulations and many thanks to Sandy, who raised just over £1000 for the KFF. We’re sure Kate (seen peeking out from beneath Sandy’s race number) would have applauded her too.


20x30-SUNL3552-200x300Steve Joyce’s London Triathlon: August 2014

Congratulations to Steve Joyce who completed the London Triathlon in 3 hours 34 minutes on August 3rd, a great fund raising effort for the KFF. Thanks so much Steve, good to see there’s still life in the old boy yet!




photo-225x300The Manchester 10K for the KFF

Thanks and congratulations to John Potter (blowing) and Naila Akhtar (smiling) as they ran the Manchester 10k for the KFF.

Our KFF supporters winding down at the end of the night!