The NX Group supports MNDA

We are proud to support our chosen charity – the Motor Neurone Disease Association. The charity supports those affected by Motor Neurone Disease, as well as funding research into fighting the disease. Throughout the year NX Group will be continuing to support the charity, with a variety of fundraising activities, raising brand awareness and much more. This charity is close to our hearts and we want to give something back.

On 2nd September 2017, Russell Thompson, Simon Duffield and David Pritchet will be grabbing their bikes and cycling 100 miles in aid of Motor Neurone Disease Association. The 100-mile route will start in Northampton and finish in London – plus, to make it more challenging the team have chosen to do this off road and none of the team have completed more than 20 miles in one go before!

Preparation includes regular bike rides in the evenings, and the team are hoping for a sunny day in September for their ride. They are busy fundraising and promoting the event and cause here in the NX office and to family and friends. We will be following their challenge and posting updates on our social media channels.

If you would like to support the team, please visit our Just Giving page here.

What is Motor Neurone Disease?

Motor Neurone Disease affects up to 5,000 adults in the UK at any one time, it is life shortening and there is currently no cure. Symptoms can be managed in order to help achieve the best quality of life, which is something the charity provides support and assistance with. To find out more about what Motor Neurone Disease is please visit their website.

What are The NX Group doing?

The NX Group are busy putting together a range of fundraising events throughout the year for everyone at NX to get involved with. We will be blogging and tweeting about the events we complete, so watch out for more information coming soon!

How can I support the MNDA?

The MNDA appreciate all donations, and there are lots of fundraising activities you can get involved in – from running to cycling to baking cakes. If you would like to find out how you can support the MNDA please visit their website here