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Team fundraiser81 membersThe Darby Rimmer MND Foundation
raised of £500,000 target
by 5503 supporters


Thanks for taking the time to visit our JustGiving page. This is a team page to which our supporters can link their own JustGiving pages to contribute to our shared fundraising goal.

It seems like yesterday I was setting up a just giving page for Marcus and I to run the London Marathon. Now it’s for a cause even closer to our hearts. After Marcus’s diagnosis our family and friends were all in agreement on one thing, making this a positive situation. We’ve received some invaluable support and advice from Stephen Darby, co founder of the Darby Rimmer charity, so there was no other charity we would all like to support more. Raising awareness, support and inevitably helping find a cure for this disease is key. We have several fundraising events already set up. Marcus’s sons are running the Manchester Marathon. Myself, family and friends are taking part in one of the ultra challenges, the London winter marathon walk and we have more in the pipeline. I will update the page with further events in due course. If you would like to run your own fundraising event or join us in the ones we are doing. Please email me at :

Please donate no matter how big or small. It will all help in the battle to #attackMND

Your support is invaluable. Thank you in helping support the fight 💪🏻and showing your support for Marcus.

Lou Stewart xx

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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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