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MND Nurse Job Vaccancy

MND Nurse , Clinical Nurse Manager (CNM) Grade Ⅱ The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA) is the primary support organisation in Ireland for people diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND), their carers and families. It currently employs three outreach MND nurses who travel around Ireland providing care and support to the MND community.  In light… Read More »

Sponsored Silence 2019! Event Date:
14-Feb-2019

Sometimes Silence Speaks Volumes Imagine an hour…a day….a week without speech. Imagine not being able to say ‘I love you’ this Valentine’s Day. Unfortunately, that is the fate met by most people living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND).

Legends Rugby Event Ireland v England Event Date:
01-Feb-2019

We are very excited to announce that some of the top personalities from the rugby community will descend on the RDS for the annual Ireland v England Legends game on Friday, February 1st.  A feature of the rugby calendar, the event raises money for rugby related charities and this year it will support MND too.

Irish Life raise €180,000 for the IMNDA

12th December 2018 – Irish Life has announced that its employees have raised a fantastic sum of €360,000 for two Irish charities, the largest amount ever donated in a single year by the company.

IMNDA to hire 4th nurse from funds raised by Fr Tony Coote

Campaign contributes €275,000 to charity helping people living with MND The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA) has announced plans to hire a fourth nurse to help people living with motor neurone disease in Ireland using funds raised from Fr. Tony Coote’s inspirational Walk While You Can campaign.

Walking the Walk with Fr. Tony

We are extremely excited to announce that Fr Tony Coote’s RTE One documentary ‘Walking the Walk’ will be shown tonight Thursday 6th December at 10.15pm.

IMNDA Christmas Cards

If you are looking to get some of our IMNDA Christmas Cards – please give the office a call on freephone 1800403403. 

Jimmy Magee’s personal library to be auctioned for the IMNDA

Jimmy Magee, the Memory Man, was our patron until he sadly passed away on Wednesday 20th September 2017. Jimmy took his patronage very seriously and went above and beyond to represent the IMNDA and spread awareness on the impact of MND.