List of previous charities supported and the amounts raised for them

The Penn Seven and Super Fun Run have been held every year since 1984.  Each year, a charity is chosen to benefit from the funds raised by the event. This photo shows the presentation of the cheque for the 2016 charity, Orla's Own Steps at the Carols on the Common in December 2016.

The following table sets out, for each year, which charity was supported and the amount raised for it.  In total some £300,000 has been raised for many good causes since the first event in 1984.

Year Charity / Beneficiary Amount raised
2016

Orla's Own Steps

£10,000
2015

PACE

£7,220
2014

Ian Rennie - Grove House
+ Wycombe Homeless Connection

£8,700

2013

The Thomas Ball Children's Cancer Trust
+ Iain Rennie Hospice at Home

£12,000
2012 Wycombe Homeless Connection  £9,500
2011 The Thames Valley & Chiltern Air Ambulance Trust £12,500 
2010 Aces Wheelchair Basketball Club £10,000
2009 Thomas Ball Fund £10,000
2008 Leukaemia Care £11,000
2007 Iain Rennie Hospice £10,000
2006 Liam's Legacy £8,000
2005 Thomas Ball Fund £10,500
2004 Active Hearts Appeal £5,000
2003 Wycombe Hospital Children's Cancer/Leukaemia Ward £26,000
2002 Multiple Sclerosis £7,000
2001 Oxford Kidney Unit £6,600
2000 Village Hall Appeal £4,000
1999 Active Hearts Appeal £11,292
1998 Iain Rennie Hospice £8,044
1997 Wycombe Hospital Children's Cancer Fund £9,937
1996 Angie's Fund £14,400
1995 Roy Castle Appeal £5,000
1994 Chiltern Samaritans £5,000
1993 South Bucks Hospice £4,100
1992 Equipment for Penn & Tylers Green Room at Great Ormond St Hospital £7,000
1991 Penn School playground equipment £5,000
1990 Oxfam project in Zambia £3,500
1989 Wycombe Hospital Scannappeal £5,590
Hillsborough Disaster Appeal £450
1988

Penn & Tylers Green Room appeal, 
Great Ormond Street Hospital

£11,250
1987 Wycombe Hospital heart appeal £5,500
1987 Penn School computer equipment £1,500
1986 Iain Rennie Hospice at Home £5,500
1985 Helen House Hospice for Children £5,500
1984 Claire Brown Leukaemia Appeal £6,600