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“Sunriseupcroaghpatrick” is an annual fundraising event at Croagh Patrick to raise funds for Neurological Disease Charities. Please support

Huntington’s Disease Association of Ireland (HDAI)

Huntington’s Disease (HD) is a life-limiting brain condition that affects a person’s physical ab...

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Thank you for taking the time to visit our fundraising page on iDonate.ie The Sunriseupcroaghpatrick event take place on Saturday June 30th 2018 at Croagh Patrick in Westport and this page allows you to donate to Huntington’s Disease Association of Ireland. All funds raised here will go directly to this great cause. I hope you can help me by donating whatever you can. Simply click the Donate button above. All donations are processed securely. You can also share this page using Share options below. This is a great way to show your support. Many Thanks for your support.

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Supporters

7
03-07-2018

Declan O'Neill

Well done Ger!

50.00
02-07-2018

ABW

Go Susan! Excellent cause X

Andrew, belated thanks to you. A cause dear to my heart and your support is very much appreciated. Susan x
25-09-2018
50.00
01-07-2018

Ger Ward

Well done Sorry I can’t join you Enjoy

100.00
28-06-2018

Susan O'Leary

Well done all of you. You are marvellous. What a super cause. Thank you

Susan, belated thanks to you. A cause dear to my heart and your support is very much appreciated. Susan x
25-09-2018
50.00
28-06-2018

Anonymous

Nick, belated thanks to you. A cause dear to my heart and your support is very much appreciated. Susan x
25-09-2018
27-06-2018

Michael & Suzanne Stanley

1,000.00

About the Cause

Huntington’s Disease Association of Ireland (HDAI)
Huntington’s Disease (HD) is a life-limiting brain condition that affects a person’s physical abilities, emotions and thinking skills. Each child of a parent with the HD gene has a 50% chance of developing the condition. HD symptoms can vary significantly even between individuals in the same family. Over the course of the illness, from 15 to 25 years on average, people with HD will lose the ability to walk, talk, eat and manage their self-care and can also suffer from emotional and mental ...