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Gabriel Kelly's Fundraising Page

Fundraising For Young Parkinson IrelandIrish Motor Neurone Disease AssociationHuntington’s Disease Association of Ireland (HDAI)
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In memory of my lovely Dad who passed away the 30th September 2017

Young Parkinson Ireland

YPI is a national branch of The Parkinson’s Association of Ireland and its key focus is supporting...

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Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association

The majority of funds raised from our generous donors and supporters go towards providing ...

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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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As some of you will know I lost my Dad 'Sean Kelly' on the 30th September last year 2017. He was diagnosed with Parkinson's 20 years previously. He faught a long hard battle with the Disease. My mother was dignosed with Motor Neurone Disease in 2016. Thankfully she is still with us. My brother's Mother-in-Law died from Huntington Disease. All funds raised will go to the 3 charities. I am partispating in the following 3 events.  I’m doing a climb, walk and cycle next weekend in Ireland (Westport) to raise awareness of the following Neurological diseases: Parkinson’s Motor Neurone Huntington’s T...

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Supporters

57
12-10-2018

Nicky Barker

Best of luck Gabriel

Thank you so much Nicky. You\'re a shining star. Bless you. Kind regards, Gabriel
12-10-2018
20.00
01-08-2018

Paul Antoniou

Well done Gabriel! Sorry my donation is late. As the saying goes "better late than never". Best wishes, Paul

Good Man Paul. Thank you very much. I get quite excited when I see a new donation. I'm keeping the page open until the day before next years event which will be on the 29th of June 2019. You might decide to join us...Many thanks, Gabriel
01-08-2018
25.00
01-08-2018

Emma Thompson

Congratulations, Gabriel. Fantastic achievement for great causes!

Thanks so much Emma. Your donation is very much appreciated. Many thanks again. Kind regards, Gabriel
28-08-2018
25.00
27-07-2018

Paul

Well done Gabriel, you're doing yourself and your Father proud my friend.

Hi Paul, thanks so much for your kind donation. The event was a success and I managed to complete all 3 tasks. Personally I'm very pleased about. You might join us next year? Thanks so much again. Kind regards, Gabriel
30-07-2018
50.00
13-07-2018

CLAIRE POWER

WELL DONE ! VERY INSPIRATIONAL

Thanks so much Claire. I'm getting closer to the 3000 mark with your donation. Thanks so much again for your generosity. Kindest regards, Gabriel
13-07-2018
50.00
07-07-2018

Noel and Julie

well done Gabriel - an amazing achievement for a very worthy cause.

Thanks so much Noel and Julie for your kind donation. Always nice to see donations come in after the event. A little more and I'll pass the 2500 figure.... Thanks so much again. Regards, Gabriel
09-07-2018
25.00

About the Cause

Young Parkinson Ireland
YPI is a national branch of The Parkinson’s Association of Ireland and its key focus is supporting people living with Young Onset Parkinson’s....
Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association
The majority of funds raised from our generous donors and supporters go towards providing services to people with Motor Neurone Disease.  These services include the provision of specialised equipment such as wheelchairs, beds as well as communication aids (many people with MND will lose their speech at some point). The IMNDA also provides financial assistance towards home care. Three MND nurses undertake home visits to our clients across the country. We do not ...
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 ...