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KELLY HUDSON

ARMY ASSAULT COURSE IN AID OF MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE

Fundraising for Motor Neurone Disease Association

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Motor Neurone Disease Association

We fund care, campaigning and research to achieve a world free from MND

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HI,
 
My friends and I are going to run and complete a full army assault course at Pribright Army Camp on the Friday 11th December 2009.  

Those competing are as follows:

Surrey Police

Caroline Snape, Sharon Egan, Sam Robins, Dean Sturt, John Davies, Terri Sanderson, Andy Swinbank

John Betchley, Andy Cadwallader, Roxy Hall, Bex Minchin, Matt Parker, Paul Barnham, Ali Griggs

Lizzie Shill, Kate Hizzey, Ben Hudson, Keven Knight, Rachel Lawrence, Jason Wear.

Hampshire Police

Arron Wright and Paula Hart

Cranleigh Freight

Adam Frater, Stuart Cole, Wayne Stafford and Kerry Bassett
 
This is in aid of Motor Neurone Disease which had personally touched my family.

What is MND?

Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that attacks the upper and lower motor neurones.
Degeneration of the motor neurones leads to weakness and wasting of muscles, causing increasing loss of mobility in the limbs, and difficulties with speech, swallowing and breathing.

The money you donate can help the Association in so many ways. For example if we raise the following amounts;

§        £150,000 would fund a three-year Research Project to investigate the causes and treatments for MND. This could even find a cure!

§       £130,000 would run one of our Care Centres for three years to ensure everyone receives the care they deserve

§        £50,000 would fund the services of a Regional Care Development Advisers for a year to support those living with MND everyday

§        £2,750 would buy a Lightwriter and have it in service for five years to give a voice back to those who have lost their speech

§        £2,500 would buy a Rise Recliner Armchair and have it in service for five years to maintain a level of mobility for those who can no longer walk
§       £1.60 would answer one telephone call to our Helpline so no one need ever be alone

 

 

 

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