Colliers Highbrook Mnd Award

Congratulations to Greg Goldfinch and the incredible team at Colliers Highbrook, who are this year’s David Oliver Beacon Award recipients. The David Oliver Beacon Award is awarded annually, to acknowledge and celebrate those who have made a significant contribution to the MND community. The 2021 theme was “making a positive contribution, improvement, or innovation in … Read more

Thank you to everyone who supported Motor Neurone Disease Awareness Month 2021. To those who boiled the kettle, baked the cakes, endured an icy drenching, sponsored an activity, or dropped a donation in a collection tub. More than 30 Cuppa Tea for MND events were held across New Zealand to mark Motor Neurone Disease Awareness … Read more

Mnd News David's Unusables

As part of Motor Neurone Disease Awareness Month and to mark Global ALS/MND Awareness Day, today we launched a new campaign to help raise awareness of motor neurone disease in New Zealand, and in turn increase support, funding, and research, to benefit those living with the disease. Whangarei-based David Seymour, who was diagnosed with MND … Read more

Raise awareness and funds to make a difference this June! Find out how to get involved below: Share your storyDo you have a story to share about your experiences with MND? We invite you to help raise awareness about MND and its impact on New Zealanders by sharing your story when the time feels right. … Read more

Kiwis living with motor neurone disease (MND) are set to benefit from MND New Zealand being the official charity partner of Emirates Team New Zealand for the 36th America’s Cup. Since the partnership was announced in June 2019, the team has helped the charity increase awareness and inspire others to join them in supporting people … Read more

A big thank you to our Foundation Corporate Sponsor Fulton Hogan as we celebrate the one-year anniversary of our partnership and The Fulton Hogan MND New Zealand Support Fund. It takes a team to live with the impacts of MND and we are so proud to have Fulton Hogan as part of the team making … Read more

Walk 2 D’Feet MND is MND New Zealand’s national fundraising event series, organised and led by volunteer supporters.  MND New Zealand provides guidance, resources, and support to organise a Walk 2 D’Feet MND event in your local community. Why not join in this summer? Walk 2 D’Feet MND raises vital funds for MND support, information, … Read more

As New Zealand enters this unpredictable and unsettling period of national lock-down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our minds and hearts are with the individuals and families currently living with motor neurone disease. MND New Zealand will continue to operate during this period, with all our team working from home. We are determined to continue … Read more

Emirates Team New Zealand’s newest boat Te Kāhu, meaning ‘The Hawk’ was rolled out of the shed last week and christened by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei. On Tuesday, Te Kāhu took to the water,  with the MND New Zealand logo prominently displayed on the mainsail! MND New Zealand Managing Director, Carl Sunderland says “With the boat … Read more

On Monday 9th December, in conjunction with the MND Research Network, we proudly hosted the Inaugural MND New Zealand Research Conference at the Cordis Hotel in Auckland. It was a momentous occasion, gathering 16 speakers, both national and international experts, to discuss the latest updates in MND Research. The Morning’s session focused on understanding and … Read more

This year, MND New Zealand and Angel Street held the first ever Corporate Ice Bucket Challenge; a new initiative encouraging kiwi businesses to raise awareness of motor neurone disease. As part of the challenge, nominees Calum Haslop (Go Bus Director), Murray Schnuriger (PwC Managing Partner) and Andrew Carpenter (TR Group Managing Director), fundraised in aid … Read more

MND New Zealand was chosen as the charity beneficiary of the Grocery Charity Ball 2019. The premier event on the grocery industry social calendar has directed over $3million to charitable trusts since it began in 2004, with support from sponsor organisations including Foodstuffs, Countdown and the New Zealand Food & Grocery Council. Held at Sky … Read more