19th April, 2018

Two local doctors have run Brighton marathon and raised almost £1,000 for Guild Care. 

Dr Theo Muth and Dr Juli McCulloch, who both work at Worthing hospital, have currently raised £980 and are just shy of their target of £1000 that they hope to reach next week.

The couple had both seen the great help Guild Care provide in allowing people to return home safely and the ongoing support for those who need it. For Theo, who works in the emergency department, dementia is prevalent in his family and he was involved in caring for his grandmother in her final years.

He said, “The care available was limited and it took the dedication of special people to enable her to keep her independence as long as possible. I felt that if I could raise money for the vital services for dementia patients in the community it would be well worth it. We are also very impressed with the breadth of Guild Care's services”

Juli has rotated through various jobs including care of the elderly and has a brother with Autism Spectrum Disorder and so has experience with the challenges faced both by people with disabilities and by those around them who often shoulder a heavy care burden, she has seen how having good community support can make all the difference.  

They both thank everyone who has donated to the cause and hope that it helps to provide care for those that need it. 

We are so grateful for all of Theo and Juli's support and thank them for all of their hard work. Well done! 

Juli and Theo doctors ran the Brighton Marathon and raised nearly £1000 for Guild Care