Simone's St John Ambulance Walk

Simone Ramacci



Fitbit Steps:


Tracking Steps between

01-07-2018 & 31-07-2018

  • simone-ramacci took 6,742 steps on 31/07/2018
  • simone-ramacci took 10,045 steps on 30/07/2018
  • simone-ramacci took 7,862 steps on 29/07/2018
  • simone-ramacci took 12,778 steps on 28/07/2018
  • simone-ramacci took 14,315 steps on 27/07/2018
  • simone-ramacci took 13,588 steps on 26/07/2018
  • simone-ramacci took 2,420 steps on 25/07/2018
  • simone-ramacci took 11,924 steps on 24/07/2018
  • simone-ramacci took 13,368 steps on 23/07/2018
  • simone-ramacci took 13,201 steps on 22/07/2018
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Total Steps: 347,270 steps


A month's worth of shifts

If I did every regular shift in a month, and walked to and from shift each time I'd do 41 miles or 65 kilometers.



Home to St John

If I were to walk from my house to the "house" of the St John Ambulance it would be about 54 miles or 87 kilometers.



Return trip to St John

A return trip to St John Ambulance registered office is 108 miles or 174 kilometers, or double the previous milestone.



Not your average me

The last milestone: beating my current monthly step average by one step. Impossible? Probably.


Fundraising Total

Donated (Plus Gift Aid: £0.00)
Pledged (Earned: £120.55)



6 Donations

Showing 1-5 of 6 items.

23/08/2018 09:29:18

Clelia £100.00

02/08/2018 16:30:12

Ivana £40.00

01/08/2018 15:21:45

Pam Glover £20.00
Well done Simone! Keep going! Love Pam

09/07/2018 10:25:32

Fiona £.20 per 5,000 Fitbit Steps
Good Luck! xXx

Currently: £13.80 (Max: £20.00)


14/06/2018 09:53:49

verity woolley £1.00 per 100 Fitbit Steps
Good luck mate raising money for a good charity

Currently: £20.00 (Max: £20.00)

Fundraising Story

I'm taking part in Every Step Counts to help raise money for St John Ambulance!

I've joined St John Ambulance in 2013, and have done more than 1300 hours of volunteering since, mostly at the University of Essex but with the occasional off-campus shift. I have also volunteered as a Funds Officer and helped with running the University of Essex Unit.

I had always wanted to help people by doing first aid, and the dream came true thanks to St John Ambulance. I have had the chance to help all sorts of people, from drunk students to injured rugby players, and I am forever grateful for what I have learnt and what I was able to do.

As I look forward at my future with St John Ambulance, I want to ensure that they can keep providing care and training to as many people as possible for as long as possible, so I have decided to give back to them by helping in this national fundraising challenge.

The fundraising website St John is using for their national fundraising challenge is a little bit different: as it is linked with my step-counting watch you are able to support me with a one off donation, but also donate a certain amount of money per every number of steps I take. I have also hand-picked some distance milestones that felt "topical" and you can decide to donate only if I reach that milestone.

I'm happy to tell you more about my time with St John Ambulance (including the funny, slightly-yucky stories I have) if you see me at my Church or anywhere else.



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