Paul Chenoweth

Marcus Stewart Charity Football Match

Fundraising for The Darby Rimmer MND Foundation
raised of £12,000 target
by 179 supporters


Firstly, Thank you for taking the time to visit my Just Giving page. 

I am beyond proud to be part of Team Stewart. Team Stewart has been set up by Louise, to support her husband Marcus Stewart. 

Marcus has been my friend since childhood and has recently been diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND).

Being the person that he is, he has set out to raise awareness of MND and raise money for the Darby Rimmer charity who will be supporting Marcus. 

Marcus is loyal, kind hearted, funny- not quite as funny as me 😉 and his recent diagnosis is nothing short of a shock for everyone that knows and loves him. 

We will be supporting Marcus in every way we can to raise awareness and be part of finding the cause and cure. 

Myself and various members of my family and friends will be arranging and taking part in an assortment of events to raise awareness and funds for MND. Currently, to date we have arranged a charity race night in our hometown of Hartcliffe and a have completed a climb of Mount Snowdon. 

We have an upcoming event in August, a charity football match that will include Marcus’s childhood friends versus Bristol City and Bristol Rovers legends. Here’s hoping Stewie plays for us 😆 Please get in contact if you would like to be involved in the football match and family fun day, in some capacity. We are hoping to deliver a fun packed, family day and continue the momentum of raising awareness and vital funds for MND.

Thank you for your support 

Love Always 



About the charity

Former Liverpool, Bradford City and Bolton Wanderers footballer Stephen Darby and close friend and British Forces Veteran Chris Rimmer have partnered together to launch the Darby Rimmer MND Foundation. Stephen and Chris both have Motor Neurone Disease and have created a Foundation to create awareness of MND, to fund and assist research into the illness with the quest of finding a cure for the illness, to raise funds and offer grants to those with MND, as well as creating a network to help provide information and emotional support network for those diagnosed with the disease.

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