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Becca Roberts

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Becca Roberts


Hi there!


I was lucky enough to get a spot in the 2018 New York marathon (fingers crossed no more broken bones before then). On the 4th November I’ll be running 42km through the 5 boroughs of New York with 50,000 other participants. I can’t wait! 


I've chosen to run in aid of Motor Neurone Disease Research Institute of Australia (MNDRIA). Motor neurone disease (MND) is a neurodegenerative disease that causes rapidly progressive muscle weakness. Specifically, the disease affects nerve cells (motor neurons) that control the muscles that enable you to move, speak, breathe and swallow. It's a particularly devastating illness for which there is currently no cure. Research into treatments is ongoing but there is still so much that is unknown and funding is vital to keep exploring options and learning more. MNDRIA funds more MND-related research projects than any other non-government organisation in Australia. All funds provided by MNDRIA come from donations, every dollar of which is spent directly on research projects. Take a look at their current research projects by following the link below.


This is a cause that is close to my heart both personally and professionally. I would love to reach my fundraising target, but I need your help to do so. Your donations, no matter how big or small will be greatly appreciated. 42km is a loooooonnnnggg way and this is such a worthy cause!!!


Donations made through this platform are secure and will be remitted directly through to my charity of choice.


Thanks so much for your support!


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        Motor Neurone Disease Research Institute of Australia (MNDRIA)

        The MND Research Institute of Australia funds projects led by Australia’s leading MND researchers. By supporting MNDRIA you are sparking new discoveries and ideas to defeat MND by funding new research projects that aim to understand the causes, develop effective treatments, and one day find a cure. 

        It is only with research that the future of MND will change. Together we will defeat MND. 

        Information about MND research at            

        More information about MND at

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