We are currently in the process of confirming dates for our 2017 Walks to d'Feet MND. Great opportunities exist to become a sponsor for these Walks. You can sponsor your local Walk or become a major sponsor of all Walks throughout NSW and ACT.

Join Ireland MND Association and the International Alliance of ALS/MND Associations for a live stream of the 2016 International Ask the Experts Forum. You'll need to get up early (or stay up late) - the live stream is on Sydney time 1.30am Tuesday 6 December. Speakers include  Dr. Jeremy Shefner (USA) speaking about clinical trials, Dr. Jonathan Glass (USA) speaking about stem cells and Jan H. Veldink (Netherlands) speaking about Project MinE. More information here.

Researchers from the University of Sydney, Australian National University, the University of Melbourne and the National University of Singapore want to hear how you feel about stem cell therapy regulation in Australia. Two workshops will be held in Sydney on 21 November (one for health professionals and one for people interested in stem cell therapy, their carers and family members, including people with motor neurone disease). Two workshops are also being held in Melbourne. 

3 SLEEPS TO GO! Live music from 10am to 10pm. Live bands, a spectacular fireworks display, market stalls, wine tasting, bubble soccer, Nerfsalot, international food stalls and more. We can’t wait! Just a reminder that all children 15 years and under have FREE admission to the Gundaroo Music Festival. Adult tickets are $30 and a family pass is $60. Purchase your tickets online, or at the gate! FREE shuttle buses are operating from Canberra, Yass and Murrumbateman to the festival (and back) all day Saturday.

A great Walk and a fantastic roll up despite the weather. Port Macquarie locals turned out in droves to show their support for people living with MND. Whilst the weather was a bit drab the atmosphere and camaraderie among the crowd was electric. What a great sight it was to see hundreds of supporters in their Blue walk t-shirts lining the pathway between Westport Park and Town Beach. Thank you to everyone that participated, helping us raise over $20,000 for research and support of people living with MND. Look out Wagga here we come.

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