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MND Research Webinar

March 29th, 2023

We are delighted to announce we have a very exciting webinar planned for next week. Dr Roisin McMackin will give an interactive talk on some of the ongoing research of MND/ALS in Dublin. (more…)

Annual Memorial Service 2023

March 27th, 2023

We would like to announce that our 2023 Annual Memorial Service will take place in the truly beautiful Venue – Church of St. Mary of the Angels (Capuchin Friary), Church Street, Dublin 7, D07 HA22.

After the service we will have refreshments in Christophe’s Restaurant, Duck Lane, Smithfield, Dublin 7 which is a 3-minute walk from the church. (more…)

Suckin Diesel Tractor Run 2022

March 10th, 2023

Thanks so much to everyone who helped organise, participated in and donated towards the Suckin’ Diesel Tractor Run 2022 in Cooley, Co Louth where a total of 202 Tractors took part. (more…)

Patients Deserve Better Campaign 2023

March 1st, 2023

Patients Deserve Better Campaign is a nationwide campaign led by the Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI) in collaboration with 22 neurological charities. The campaign is calling for a community neuro-rehabilitation team to be established in each of the 9 community health organisations around the country. (more…)

TU Dublin Student’s Union Charity Partnership

February 21st, 2023

From all at the IMNDA, we would like to extend a massive thank you to Ian Kelly and all the students in the Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) Students’ Union for selecting us to be their charity partner. Wishing Ian and all in TU Dublin the very best of luck this year with their fundraising. Ian wrote a very powerful article on why to raise and give for his fellow students and we want to share his powerful words. (more…)

Andy McGovern turns 90!

February 14th, 2023

“I feel blessed”

“Ninety years on this earth is a blessing that I treasure and appreciate deeply. Daily I rise with the morning sun. I never fail to admire the beauty of the scene before my eyes as I look out of my kitchen window overlooking the beautiful village of Cloone.  I can see, from the landscape, Cavan,  Fermanagh, Sligo, Roscommon, Leitrim, and Longford. (more…)