MND Scotland is a leading Scottish charity providing care and support to people affected by Motor Neurone Disease. They have also recently announced the launching of a ground-breaking MND drug trial which will focus on finding a cure. Additional funding for the trial has also been made available from the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation and the Euan MacDonald Centre for MND Research.
We are doing what we can to raise awareness of the cause and have so far been overwhelmed by the support of our friends, clients and partners!
The annual MND Scotland Cornflower Ball is back in action this year and we would love you to join us for a night of fundraising to help transform the lives of people affected by MND across Scotland.
The glamorous event will take place on Friday 6th March 2020 at the Glasgow Hilton.
Headlined by the ScotRail Alliance, we are also proud to be sponsors of the event.
Tam Cowan, one of Scotland's best known presenters and columnists, will be returning to host for a third year. Tam is honoured to be volunteering his services and will be dedicating his appearance as host to his dear friend Jen Bain, who lost her battle with the disease in 2015.
Guests will arrive to a sparkling drinks reception and will be treated to a three course dinner and two fantastic charity auctions. Big Vern ‘n’ the Shootah’s will have you dancing into the wee small hours.
There are currently over 400 people living with MND here in Scotland. All money raised from this event will support MND Scotland’s essential work helping each one of these people, their family, friends and carers as well as funding vital research.
We hope our support towards the cause can help many more people in Scotland.
Want to join us on the night?
Contact email@example.com or call 0141 332 3903.
You can find out more about MND Scotland on their website.
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