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The Alan Davidson Foundation is a UK registered charity with a strong focus on MND and architecture initiatives.

Charity number: 1160259

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HD5K 2023

Event date: Thursday 25th May

Hayes Davidson is delighted to announce their annual charity run HD5K will be back again this year, taking place in Hyde Park on Thursday 25th May.

First organised by Hayes Davidson in 2018, the HD5K charity run in Hyde Park supports the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association and honours the memory of Alan Davidson who founded Hayes Davidson and was diagnosed with MND in 2012.

More than 100 Participants from architectural, design and property sectors will take part in a chip-timed 5k run, raising funds which are matched by the Alan Davidson Foundation, a charity set up by Alan to help MND patients with their care and to further the research for a cure.

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About Motor Neurone Disease (MND)

Motor neurone disease is a cruel and terminal illness that decimates mobility, communication and respiratory functions, leaving families and loved ones helpless in its wake. Raising funding and awareness is essential to help support sufferers and their families, and to continue to fund research.

The Motor Neurone Disease Association is the national UK charity focused on MND care and research. Founded in 1979 the organisation has over 9,000 members forming a national and local network that provides information, support and campaigns for improved services. There are 7,000 active volunteers and around 170 paid staff, all dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by MND.

In 2022, thanks to fundraising events like this one, the MNDA were able to provide 2,050 support grants and 32 new research grants. It has also been able to provide communication equipment and voice banking technology to help sufferers stay connected and independent for as long as possible.

MNDA also runs a helpline, last year responding to over 9000 calls, and a Benefits advocacy service which has helped people access over £2.2 million of unclaimed benefits.

The research news is now very promising since Alan's diagnosis back in 2012 when this illness came with no hope. Join us in the fight for a cure!

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