Drink Tea for MND 2018 Event Date:

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.

New MND Information Booklet

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.

Invest in Neurology

The Neurological Alliance of Ireland, together with eleven of its member organisations, has launched a campaign calling on the Government to prioritise investment in neurology services.

IMNDA Office Closed Due to Weather

Due to the current severe weather warning the IMNDA office will remain closed on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd March. We will keep everyone posted on our opening hours through our website and social media.

Croke Park Abseil 2018 Event Date:

Registration for The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association’s  Croker Abseils event is now closed. We would like to wish all our abseilers the best of luck as they experience the ultimate adrenalin rush and abseil 100ft from the roof of Croker’s famous Hogan Stand on Saturday 13th October. Thank you to everyone who has signed… Read More »

IMNDA chosen as one of the Daa Charities 2018

We are delighted to announce that we have been chosen as one of the daa charities for 2018 along with LauraLynn (Ireland’s Children’s Hospice) and Snowflakes (Autism Support).

The Good Run 2018 Event Date:

The Good Run is a charity fun run taking place on Good Friday, 30 March 2018 in the stunning grounds of St. Anne’s Park, Raheny in Dublin. All proceeds raised from the event will go towards supporting the fight against Motor Neurone Disease.

Silent February 2018 Event Date:

Sometimes Silence Speaks Volumes Imagine not being able to say ‘I Love You’. February is the month of love where couples from across the world openly celebrate their affection for each other. But imagine not being able to say ‘I Love You’ this Valentine’s Day. Most people with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) can’t.