Welcome

MND NSW provides information, support and education for people living with motor neurone disease, their families, friends and carers in NSW, ACT, the Gold Coast and NT. We also provide information and education about motor neurone disease for health, community and residential care professionals.

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What a lovely day in Forbes on Sunday 17 April for the Walk to d'Feet MND. Thank you to Pat Duncan and her side kick Marcia who did a great job again this year in organising a fantastic day. A huge thank you to Stewart and Rodney from Duncan Stockcrates who were the major sponsors for the second year running.

Thank you to everyone in the Hunter who turned out to make it such a fantastic day at Walk to d'Feet MND Hunter on 3 April. Wow! What a huge sea of blue as people headed off for the Walk.

MND NSW partners with Carers NSW and their National Counselling program, to offer our current carers and past carers the Talk-Link Programs. These are telephone group programs led by experienced counsellors.

Get Involved

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. This section lists some ideas for your involvement.

Many people choose to support the work of MND NSW by making a tax-deductible donation, buying some MND NSW merchandise, sponsoring a participant in a community event, donating goods or services, or by remembering MND NSW in their Will. More information about getting involved.

Help needed
MND Week 2016

Volunteer your time, help at events or sell some merchandise. We'd love to see you here.

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About us

What is MNDNSW and what do we do?

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Resources for families and health professionals

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Including MND NSW in your Will

Leaving MND NSW a gift in your Will can make all the difference to people living with motor neurone disease.

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