Three years on, it's hard to believe that these happy, healthy twins who are thriving in their family home are the same tiny, extremely vulnerable newborns that arrived at Blantyre Infant Home back in September 2020.
A new world record was set, a 102 year old man completed the race as the oldest finisher ever and even Olympic champion Mo Farah was there - finishing 4th in his final professional race (congrats Mo!), but OUR heroes of the day were five incredible supporters who between them raised over £5,400 for Open Arms!
Over the past seven years Charlie has done a fantastic job of leading the team in Malawi and prioritising the return of all children to their families as quickly as possible. Charlie will sadly be retiring in the summer and in this special letter to supporters he reflects on the achievements at Open Arms.