Events

With events right across Australia, you’ll find plenty of ways to help raise awareness and funding for motor neurone disease (MND). Events of interest to the MND community are shown in the calendar below.  For more fundraising events near you, check with your state MND association.
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2020 Walk 2 D

2020 Walk 2 D'Feet MND

25 Oct 2020

Location: Pinky Flat
War Memorial Drive
North Adelaide (adjacent to Adelaide Oval)


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 This  major  event  symbolises  the  hope  that  one  day  we  will  defeat  this  dreadful  disease  whilst  serving  as  a  memorial  to  those  we  have  lost.

Walk to D-Feet MND 2020

Walk to D-Feet MND 2020

25 Oct 2020
8am onwards

Location: Pinky Flat, River Torrens, Adelaide

Join us for the biggest Walk to D'Feet MND South Australia has ever seen! All States will be marching on the same day!

The Walk symbolises the hope that one day we will defeat this dreadful disease whilst serving as a memorial to those we have lost.
Walk to D-Feet MND 2020

Walk to D-Feet MND 2020

25 Oct 2020
8am onwards

Location: Pinky Flat, River Torrens, Adelaide

Join us for the biggest Walk to D'Feet MND South Australia has ever seen! All States will be marching on the same day!

The Walk symbolises the hope that one day we will defeat this dreadful disease whilst serving as a memorial to those we have lost.

29 Oct - MND Online Support Group Special Presentation

29 Oct 2020
11AM

Location:

This is an online meeting being held via Zoom. You can participate with a laptop, computer, tablet or smartphone. You can also listen in using a landline.

For your invitation contact us by calling 07 3372 9004 or email supportgroups@mndaq.org.au



Please join us at 11AM on Thursday 29 October for an MND Online Support Group Special Presentation. This free online Zoom webinar is open to all Queenslanders with Motor Neurone Disease, and their families and carers. 

Online Member Forum #2

31 Oct 2020

Location:

Via Zoom


Meeting ID: 813 7050 3532
 



Saturday 31 October 2020 @ 10:00am

12 Nov - MND Online Support Group Special Presentation

12 Nov 2020
11AM

Location:

This online webinar will be hosted via Zoom. You can participate using a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone, you can also listen in using a landline. 

For your Zoom invite please call us on 07 3372 9004 or email supportgroups@mndaq.org.au.



Please join us from 11AM on 12 November for an MND Online Support Group Special Presentation. This free online Zoom webinar is open to all Queenslanders with Motor Neurone Disease, and their families and carers. 

MND Queensland Annual General Meeting

21 Nov 2020

Location: Online via Zoom. Details will be provided upon RSVP.

To be held virtually via Zoom on Saturday 21 November at 10AM.

26 Nov - MND Online Support Group Special Presentation

26 Nov 2020
11AM

Location:

This is an online webinar hosted via Zoom. You can participate using a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone, you can also listen in using a landline.

 

For your Zoom invite, please call 07 3372 9004 or email supportgroups@mndaq.org.au. 



Please join us at 11AM on Thursday 26 November for an Online MND Support Group Special Presentation. All Queenslanders with Motor Neurone Disease are welcome to join this free webinar along with families and carers.

10 Dec - MND Online Support Group Special Presentation

10 Dec 2020
11AM

Location:

This online webinar is being hosted by Zoom. You can participate using a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone, you can also listen in using a landline. 

For your Zoom invite, please call us on 07 3372 9004 or email supportgroups@mndaq.org.au.



Please join us from 11AM on Thursday 10 December for an Online MND Support Group Special Presentation. This free webinar is open to all Queenslanders with Motor Neurone Disease, their families and carers.

 

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International Alliance of ALS/MND Associations

ACNC Registered Charity

 

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