Rob Lloyd’s inspiring fundraising for Sense

Over the last three years, dedicated Sense fundraiser Rob Lloyd has endured every challenge imaginable. 

He’s run the London Marathon three times, taken the plunge with terrifying skydives, organised an 11-a-side charity football match and pushed himself through gruelling hikes. 

He’s even been marching around North Wales in a suit of armour to raise money and awareness for Sense’s Denbigh Hub.

Rob’s hard work and dedication has so far raised a record-breaking £100,000 for people living with deafblindness and complex disabilities.

Rob Lloyd hiking to fundraise for Sense.

“I’ve had to dig deep, both mentally and physically like never before. But ultimately, I’m having fun, and I’m finding it incredibly rewarding. Sense is an incredible charity and they make a profound impact.”

Rob Lloyd
The Clucas parents crouch either side of their two children in the garden, with Rob Lloyd and a woman in the middle holding teddies.

Why Rob Lloyd supports Sense

Sense supports people living with deafblindness and complex disabilities, like the Clucas family, whose story first inspired Rob to get involved.

Mia and her brother Charlie Clucas were both born blind, and unlikely to ever walk or speak. The news was devastating for their parents – but with the help of the Sense Family Centre in Peterborough, they found hope.

Now, with help from Sense and fundraisers like Rob Lloyd, Mia and Charlie’s parents have found ways to communicate with their children.

We can’t provide vital services, such as our specialist support for children who are deafblind, without the generosity of supporters like Rob. We rely entirely on donations to keep these services going.

Donate to support Rob Lloyd’s fundraising for Sense

If you’d like to make a donation to support Rob Lloyd, thank you! Whatever you can give will make a huge difference to children and adults who are deafblind or have complex disabilities. 

  • Your gift of £50 could help pay for a set of five light-up sight and sound tubes for a child who is deafblind to help stimulate their vision and hearing.
  • Your gift of £135 could pay for one family to make memories that last a lifetime on a Sense Family Day.
  • Your gift of £500 could pay for a deafblind child to have a visit from a Sense specialist teacher, including an assessment and expert advice.
Rob completing a gruelling trek to fundraise for Sense.

Come up with your own fundraising challenge!

If you’d like to set up your own fundraiser like Rob, that’s amazing. We’d love to have you on board. Don’t worry, you don’t have to cycle the length of Wales to get involved (unless you want to)!

Here’s how you can get started.

Know what you want to do? Email our friendly community team on [email protected] and we’ll help you take it from there!