Shirin Shah

In memory of Dhiren Meghji Shah

Fundraising for The National Brain Appeal
raised of £20,000 target
In memory of Dhiren Meghji Shah
We raise funds for The National Hospital to improve the lives of neurology patients


Our Dad, Dhiren Meghji Shah, sadly passed away on 7 February 2020 after being diagnosed with a rare, untreatable and rapidly degenerative neurological condition. 

During our Dad's life he was passionate about charitable initiatives and dedicated much of his spare time to supporting and raising money for them. We wish to keep this legacy going.

In the last two months of his life, as his condition rapidly deteriorated, the team at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (Queen Square) took extraordinary care of him. 

It is in his memory that we wish to support The National Brain Appeal, helping the many others (about 1 in 6) affected by a neurological condition. Money raised will help further research into the many neurological conditions for which no cure is currently available and to support the care of patients at Queen Square.

About the charity

There are 14.7million people – that’s more than one in six – in the UK living with a neurological condition. Here at the country's leading neurological centre, we’re passionate about supporting the hospital to help improve the lives of patients through treatment and research.

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+ £4,585.37 Gift Aid
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