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Joe Doran Huntington's Walk
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Joe Doran Huntington's Walk

Huntington's Disease Association of Ireland (HDAI)
Fundraising For Huntington's Disease Association of Ireland (HDAI)
Latest Update !!

The Joe Doran Huntington's Disease 5km Walk takes place at Lough Key Forest and Activity Park, Boyle, Co Roscommon at 10.45am, Saturday July 23rd.

€ 9,355.00 Target : € 1,000.00

936%

DONATIONS AVAILABLE UNTIL
23 Aug 2022

From 27 fantastic supporters

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Online Donations : € 7,375.00

Offline Donations : € 1,980.00

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Joe Doran Huntington's Walk

Huntington's Disease Association of Ireland (HDAI)
Fundraising For Huntington's Disease Association of Ireland (HDAI)
Latest Update !!

The Joe Doran Huntington's Disease 5km Walk takes place at Lough Key Forest and Activity Park, Boyle, Co Roscommon at 10.45am, Saturday July 23rd.

Event Details

Joe has Huntington's Disease and following his diagnosis he was determined to raise funds and awareness to support the wider HD community. Joe's first HD Awareness Walk was held in Lough Key Forest and Activity Park in 2015 and since then has become a popular annual event for families and friends impacted by HD, particularly in the West of Ireland. Joe  loved to walk with his dogs and was a well known walker in his home town of Longford. Joe is no longer able to join us but we continue to walk in supprt of Joe and the HD community. 

The Huntington's Disease Association of Ireland is a national charity supporting people impacted by Huntington’s Disease, a complex neurodegenerative illness. HDAI provides information and support  including: a national helpline, a family support officer, access to counselling, assistance with aids and equipment, specific Huntington’s information, an updated website, support meetings and information seminars. We also work to promote research and share information on research developments and on clinical trials which we hope will one day change the course of Huntington’s disease.

 

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