The Mount Merrion Youth Group invites you to a fabulous Gala Dinner on Saturday 8th September in the Talbot Hotel Stillorgan in support of the Walk While You Can with Fr Tony Coote in aid of the IMNDA and Research MND.
The East Meath Cycle Tour is back! This is a cycling sportive catering for all levels through the beautiful Boyne Valley.
On Saturday 24th November we would like to invite everybody whose lives have been touched by Motor Neurone Disease to come together with family and friends and join us in remembering those we have sadly lost to MND.
Our AGM and Annual Conference 2018, will be held this year from Thursday 6th to Saturday 8th September at the award winning Clayton Whites Hotel, Wexford Town.
We are thrilled to announce an incredible Fundraising Concert in aid of the IMNDA that is coming to the Raddisson Blu, Little Island in Cork.
This promises to be a night of spectacular music and entertainment all for the Fr. Tony Coote Walk While You Can with proceeds going to the IMNDA and Research MND.
The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA) is truly saddened to hear of the passing of Jan Battles.
There is a very special screening taking place in the Classic Cinema in Listowel on Thursday 31st of May.
“Sunrise Up Croagh Patrick” is an annual fun walk and climb to raise funds for worthwhile charities fighting Neurological Diseases.
In March 2018 Fr Tony was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease. For a man with untold energy levels as well as a contagious zest for life, this news came as a bolt of lightning. Tony found himself part of a vastly under-resourced medical world of lengthy waiting lists and over-burdened medics.
Every year since 1997, the MND community worldwide has marked 21st June as the global day of recognition of ALS/MND – a disease that affects people in every country of the globe. June 21 is a solstice – a turning point – and each year the ALS/MND community come together to raise awareness and funds.
On Saturday 21st of July our annual walk to D-Feet MND is taking place for the first time in the Phoenix Park, Dublin!
Join the Fight against Motor Neurone Disease & take part in the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon!
The IMNDA is saddened by the news of the death of Professor Stephen Hawking. Our thoughts are with Professor Hawking’s family.
We have recently put together a new information booklet called ‘An Introduction to Motor Neurone Disease (MND)’. This new booklet presents information on MND in simple terms and in a way that is easy to break down and understand.