Some people like to help by volunteering to be involved in MND awareness-raising, fundraising or administration activities. Others help by organising community events to raise funds for MND care, support and research.
Join us at a Walk to d'Feet MND event. The name of this event reflects the hope and inspiration these special days provide for the MND Community.
Teams made up of family, friends, colleagues and individuals, regardless of age or fitness levels Walk to raise funds and awareness for research and support for people living with motor neurone disease.
Do you have a great idea for an event or activity that will raise funds for motor neurone disease care, support and research?
Community fundraising helps us raise vital funds to support people living with MND, raise awareness about MND and raise funds for research to find a cure. We have now made it even easier for you to support us. You can create your own online fundraising page and once you've built your page you can email your friends and family the link. Each donation is recorded on your page along with messages of support from your donors.
MND NSW volunteers have a range of backgrounds and skills, a shared commitment to working with people with motor neurone disease and their families, and a desire to help MND NSW achieve its goals. Their support is vital. It helps us reduce overheads and direct money where it is most needed.
MND merchandise items raise community awareness about motor neurone disease and when you buy or sell MND NSW merchandise all profits from the sale go directly to helping MND NSW provide services that improve the quality of life of people living with MND and to research investigating the causes and effects of motor neurone disease.
A fun and easy way to raise awareness and funds to support MND NSW provide care and support to people living with motor neurone disease (MND). Support people living with motor neurone disease and have fun with friends by hosting a Drink Tea for MND (DT4MND) event!
Australia's MND March of Faces Banners are a photographic display of people with motor neurone disease. The worldwide ALS/MND March of Faces project promotes ALS/MND awareness. The March of Faces banner project was introduced to Australia by Jackie Williams, an MND Association member. The MND NSW March of Faces banners are displayed at various MND awareness raising and remembrance events throughout the year.