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In Memory Of Niamh

Fundraising For The Rett Syndrome Association of Ireland
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At the start of this year we lost a wonderful and dear friend.

The Rett Syndrome Association of Ireland

The Rett Syndrome Association of Ireland is an association of parents and families&nb...

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Niamh was such a wonderful, selfless woman that did everything for her family and those around her, especially her daughter Lauren who has Rett syndrome. Niamh did the Women's mini marathon in the past to fundraise for Rett Syndrome. This year we have decided to continue on her tradition and do the Women's Mini Marathon in her memory and hopefully do her proud.

The Rett Syndrome Association of Ireland is an association of parents and families of people affected with Rett Syndrome and other related disorders.

 Rett Syndrome is a rare neurodevelopment disorder resulting in learning and physical disability. It affects girls almost exclusively. It often features repetitive and stereotypical hand gestures. The condition usually affects girls more than boys.

 We provide support and information to each other and...

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7
17-05-2018

Patricia whelan

10.00
15-05-2018

Aine Kinsella

Aisling. Well done and best of luck

Thank you for the donation
15-05-2018
15-05-2018

Margaret Fleming

May she rest in Peace 💐

Thank you for the donation
15-05-2018
10.00
12-05-2018

Ciara k

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Thank you for the donation
15-05-2018
10.00
12-05-2018

Olive Bourke

Thank you for the donation
15-05-2018
25.00
12-05-2018

Michelle Jones

For a great cause

Thank you for the donation
15-05-2018
5.00

About the Cause

The Rett Syndrome Association of Ireland
The Rett Syndrome Association of Ireland is an association of parents and families of people affected with Rett Syndrome and other related disorders.Rett Syndrome is a rare neurological disorder resulting in learning and physical disability. It affects girls almost exclusively. It often features repetitive and stereotypical hand gestures. The condition usually affects girls more than boys.We provide su...