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Ken Walks Aoteoroa

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Beginning Nov I will walk the 3002 km Te Araroa trail. Motivation, my wife has MS and I want to raise funds for the Neurological Foundation

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  Nationwide Research Treatment Awareness

In November I will be retiring at the age of 76 and I have plans to walk the 3002km Aotearoa Trail as a fund-raiser for the New Zealand Neurological Foundation.

The motivation for this has several strands. Firstly my wife was diagnosed some years ago with Multiple Sclerosis. In addition my mother developed Alzheimer's, plus a couple of workmates recently had strokes.

Most people have loved ones such as family or friends who have suffered from neurological problems. So any contributions to this cause will in a positive way help to increase our understanding and approach to these conditions.

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    Private Donor on 15 Aug 2017

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  • Jennie Harris

    Jennie Harris on 09 Jun 2017

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  • John Orr

    John Orr on 09 Jun 2017

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  • Diane Scott

    Diane Scott on 21 May 2017

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    Hi Ken, I know Leanne, Glenn and the children really enjoyed your company. Leanne takes immense pleasure in helping those doing this wonderful walk for whatever their reason. Good luck . :)

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    Guest Donor on 05 May 2017

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    You beaut! Kia kaha!

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This page was created on 1 Oct 2016 and closed on 31 Dec 2017.
$2,310 donated

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