As a registered charity, the Motor Neurone Disease Association is funded by public donations and relies on groups and branches to assist with fundraising to support the important work it undertakes.

There are many exciting ways you can raise much-needed funds for the MND Association – either as an individual or through your business. is a great way to raise money just by shopping online. You don’t pay anything extra. All you need to do is go the easyfundraising website, click through to the retailer you want to buy from and make your purchase.

The price will be exactly the same and the retailer will give you a cash reward that you can turn into a donation. Easyfundraising collect this and send it on at no extra cost.

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However you fundraise you can be guaranteed your cash will make a real difference to the lives of people affected by MND.

Check our Events page for details of what’s coming up with our group.

If you're planning something extraordinary, exhausting or exhilarating to raise funds for MND Association Cambridgeshire, let us know by emailing and we'll give you a mention on this site and in our newsletter.


If you'd like to make a donation to MND Association Cambridgeshire, please send it to:

Melanie White
6 Burghley Close,
PE6 0JY.

Fundraising 2019

Bucket Collections at local stations.

Peterborough       £382.70

Huntingdon          £305.09

St Neots                £276.40

Cambridge            £269.32

Ely                          £482.09

Total     £1715.60

The Lyke Wake Walk

The Lyke Wake Walk raised approx. £3000 - 50% to MNDA.


This is a picture of BIG10SKA Band who played at the British Legion, Histon, in aid of MNDA Cambridgeshire. Organised by Maureen West and her family in memory of her son Bret. It was a brilliant evening, raising nearly £2000 for the branch. 

A great big thank you to Mr Billy Maher and the staff of the Gunthorpe NISA in Peterborough for their fantastic cheques for £1000. Mr Maher unfortunately lost his father to MND.

Ethan Bennett, Billy Maher, Simon Crooke (branch fundraising coordinator), Shobra Maher and Sandra Starkey.

The Peterborough Farm Machinery Preservation Society held a ploughing day and raised £2060 for the branch. A great day was had by all and the cheque was handed over at a meeting of the group at Childers in Whittlesey.

Previous fundraising

For further information and support contact our MND Connect helpline

mndconnect 0808 802 6262