HDANI's Relay Team for Belfast City Marathon

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£20.00
Target
£1,000
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2% Raised
About

Huntington's Disease (HD) is an inherited condition that damages certain nerve cells in the brain. Both female and males with a family history of HD have a 50% risk of inheritance. HDANI currently support over 400 people living with or affected by HD throughout Northern Ireland. We run regional support groups, provide telephone and face to face advice and support as well as events and befriending services.

This year for the first time HDANI will be entering three relay teams into the Belfast City Marathon being held on Sunday 5th May 2019. HDANI could not provide these services without support from our volunteers.

All donations raised for this event will be used to provide support services for people and families living with and affected by HD.

We thank you in advance for visiting our page.

For further information please visit our website  or contact ashley@hdani.org.uk

Donations
Sharon Sowney      Top Donor     
03 Mar, 2020

Good Luck Sharon From the Hutton Family

£20.00
Ashley's fundraising stats
Online donations: £20.00
Match funding: £0.00
Raised offline: £0.00
Gift Aid: £0.00
Total raised: £20.00
Ashley is fundraising for Huntingtons Disease Association Northern Ireland

HDANI supports people affected by Huntington's Disease by providing advice, support and information.
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Event details

About Belfast City Marathon

2020 Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon - Team Relay Date: Sunday 3rd May 2020 Time: 9 am Start: Stormont Estate (Prince of Wales Avenue) Finish: Ormeau Park Entry Requirements: The event is open to teams of two to five people and teams can be all-male, all-female or mixed (a combination of males and females). Participants must be over 16 years old to enter. All teams must complete the Team Relay in less than 6 hours. Final entry deadline: Midnight on Friday 10th April 2020.

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