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IMNDA Christmas Cards

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

DAA Charity Race Night in ALSAA

DAA is proudly hosting a race night in aid of it’s charity partners Laura Lynn, Snowflakes Autism Support and the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA). (more…)

Christmas Coffee Morning & Grand Raffle Draw

Have a Cuppa & a Mince Pie with the IMNDA!

Everyone is welcome to our Christmas Coffee Morning where our Grand Raffle Draw will take place on Tuesday 11th of December at 11.30am in the Richmond Room, Carmichael House, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7. (more…)

Sing While You Can

Oatlands College invite you to a Gala Concert on Thursday 25th October in the Church of St Thérèse in Mount Merrion at 7.30pm to raise funds for Fr Tony Coote and Walk While You Can.

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Blarney Walk for IMNDA

SMGS Blarney are organising a walk in aid of The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA) on Sunday, 23rd September 2018 in Killarney. The walk will raise funds for IMNDA while remebering the late Mr. Paddy Buckley, a much loved former colleague who we sadly lost to Motor Neuron Disease in 2016. (more…)

Rock Fundraiser

Castlebar is going to Rock this Christmas! On 29th Dec a Rock Fundraising Concert is taking place in Garbo’s at 7.30pm. (more…)

Walk While You Can Gala Dinner

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. (more…)

East Meath Cycle 2018

The East Meath Cycle Tour is back! This is a cycling sportive catering for all levels through the beautiful Boyne Valley. (more…)

Annual Memorial Service 2018

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.  (more…)