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Raising funds to care, cure and support  people living with MND

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October 2018

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Care. Cure. Support.

It’s what we’re all about.

CCS is a health promotion organisation and charity that raises funds to provide support for people living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND), and their families. 100% of the funds we raise goes towards the care for people living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND), and providing support to the families of people living with MND.

CCS is also investing in research to find a cure for MND. Our mission is to contribute to a world where MND is no longer 100% terminal, by helping to uncover what causes MND and eventually finding a cure . We are doing this by contributing to the purchase of equipment and support for people living with MND via the Motor Neurone Disease Association of WA (MNDAWA), and by funding research such as the US drug trial of Tecfidera, currently being conducted by the Perron Institute here in WA. 

Friday October 25 – Sunday October 27

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A special thanks

The Organising Committee of The Drive for MND

Ken Maclennan, Scot Griffin, Mike Burton, Jasmine Hambley, Sal Velalonga, Amanda Cox, Cara Ilsley, Janelle Drew, Brooke Scary, Mark Whiteman, David Whiteman and Jennifer McIlveen.

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4 days ago

Drive for MND

This is your reminder to check in with the people you love today. Hug them longer, tell them how valued they are & be open to supporting them.

This is your reminder to not suffer in silence. Speaking your truth is brave. Not being ok, is ok. 💙
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4 days ago

Drive for MND

Congrats to Car #25 - Pirate Bar on a very successful Great Gatsby Night on Saturday!

$3,748 raised for Drive for MND!
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