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Danny Street - Raising money for MNDMotor Neurone Disease (MND) has no cure and affects around 5000 people every year – sadly, every day six people die from the disease.

Over the next three months, Acorn’s founder and Director, Danny Street is building on the fantastic achievement of wife and fellow Director Sarah, who raised nearly £2000 running the Bath Half Marathon.  Between them Danny and Sarah have committed to raising funds for the Motor Neurone Disease Association to help support those living with MND and fund valuable research.

Danny and Sarah know first-hand the affects of MND as Sarah’s Brother James was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) in 2015. Until his diagnosis James was a fit, active and athletic young man, in the gym four times a week and achieving some great sprint times (Bicycle) on the track.

On Sunday 31st July Danny will be taking part in the Prudential London-Surrey 100 Cycle Ride to raise valuable funds for the MNDA Association.

Danny says, “As a guy who only fits in to ‘Fat Lad at the Back’ cycling attire your support will motivate me to complete this ride but most importantly support those living with MND and research into finding a cure for this disease.”
At the same time we are committed to helping raise the awareness of MND and would appreciate it very much if you could share any of our posts relating to the disease.

If you would like to donate to Danny’s cause you can visit his fundraising page here.