Cycling a pathway to hope for neurological conditions & research
1 in 5 Kiwis are affected by a neurological condition These disorders can be brutal and uncompromising Your support will help find answersNationwide
March is Brain Awareness month and I'm cycling 3000km from Cape Reinga to Bluff, completing the Tour Aotearoa to raise funds for the Neurological Foundation.
1 in 5 Kiwis are affected by a neurological condition.
That's nearly 1 million people whose quality of life has been impacted, and so to has their family and friends.
Improvements and advancements in neurological conditions begin with research. The Neurological Foundation's remit is both to fund neurological research and education, and to raise awareness of neurological conditions and research.
These disorders can be brutal and uncompromising. With your support The Neurological Foundation will be able to help scientists and clinicians on their quest to find treatments and cures and to support the ongoing education of neuroscientists.
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Riding from Cape Reinga to Bluff in support of the Neurological Foundation and Brain Awareness month
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This page was created on 16 Feb 2020 and closed on 15 Apr 2020.