We know that when someone close to you is affected by MND, many people just want to Do Something.
We know that many people fundraise for MND Scotland because sometimes it’s the only thing they can do. We know it’s not easy, but that’s why every MND Scotland fundraiser is doing something amazing – fighting Motor Neurone Disease.
So, in 2014, we’re asking if you could help to make a real difference and Do Something Sporty, Do Something Scary, Do Something Civilised, or Do Something Scottish….?
Enter the Loch Ness Marathon, the River Ness 10k, the Strathclyde or Holyrood Park Fun Run! Take part in Pedal for Scotland, or the Three Peaks Challenge! Do Something Sporty >>
We know that seeing someone close to you suffer from MND can be frightening. After that, nothing is as scary as what you’ve already faced. Like walking over fire, doing a skydive, or an abseil. Do Something Scary >>
In 2014, why not Do Something Civilised?
We know that just because you don’t want to run a marathon or jump from a bridge, it doesn’t mean that you don’t want to help. So why not Do Something Civilised? Like a coffee morning, or a dress-down (or up!) day in your workplace? Do Something Civilised >>
In 2014, why not Do Something Scottish?
The world will be looking at Scotland in 2014: for the Commonwealth Games, the Ryder Cup, and the Independence referendum. We think it’s a great opportunity to celebrate everything that’s great about Scotland, and to raise money to fight MND. Do Something Scottish >>
We’ll be there to help, from when you sign up for the event until (and after) you’ve handed in your sponsorship money.
We’ll help you set up an online sponsorship page; we’ll provide tshirts, information about MND and the work that MND Scotland does; and we’ll be here to advise if you need us.
If none of our events appeal, then you can always Do Something Else… just get in contact! fundraising [at] mndscotland [dot] org [dot] uk