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Chloe Jones

MNDA Merseyside branch fundraising

Fundraising for Motor Neurone Disease Association

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£1,750.00
raised of £3,000 target
by 72 supporters
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Motor Neurone Disease Association

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

Charity Registration No. 294354

Story

Hello everyone, 

So we have decided to keep this page from last year as the one donation page for our branch and will update our event story each time to keep you all updated on what we are up to.

So our first big event this year is 2nd June 2019, 16 very brave people John Couzens, John Williams, Ian Williams, Pam Tyler, Karen Sanders, Peter Boon, Jody Tyler, Jayne Molyneux, Sophie Prayle, James Prayle, Laura Hughes, Rebecca Fry, Dave Park & David Park are taking on the fastest zip wire in the world it is 1555 metres long and can go speeds over 100mph at Penrhyn Quarry

Also On Saturday 10th August Paulina Madden, Tony Madden, Paula Sutton, Brian Senior, Georgia Crilly, Megan Wainwright, Zara Ayrault, Harm Jagar, Conall Jagar, Suzanne Simpson, Dave Simpson, Steve Campbell & Christine Brown, MNDA Merseyside branch members, family and friends are abseiling 150ft down one of Liverpool's most beautiful, iconic buildings, the Anglican Cathedral.                   

We are raising funds and awareness for our local branch as motor neurone disease is extremely close to our hearts. MNDA Merseyside are an extremely valuable support to local people with MND and their families.

Any donations would be very much appreciated and every penny raised will go to MNDA Merseyside Branch to help people living with motor neurone disease.

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