Campaign - our supporter newsletter
It’s great to share these stories with you because it’s you who makes all of this happen. We could never achieve any of these successes without the generous and ongoing support of people like you – so we’d like to thank you on behalf of the 70,000 people in the UK affected by muscular dystrophy and related neuromuscular conditions, whose lives we are dedicated to improving.
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Campaign March 2013 Read about one of our founders Lord Walton, who was a 2012 Charity Times Award winner, the amazing Peter and Nancy Andrews who've supported us for over 50 years, and about our patient survey report 2013: State of the Nation
Campaign September 2012 In this issue we introduce you to two people who carried the Olympic Torch for muscular dystrophy; the golfers who braved extreme conditions to raise £45,000; and we highlight how your donations are helping us to make progress in research.
Campaign June 2012 In this issue we highlight the charity fundraising campaign called Make today count. On the leap day in February we had 100 skydivers and lots of bucket collectors who together raised a staggering £60,000 towards our vital work.
Campaign Spring 2012 In this issue you can read our feature article about the charity’s advocacy work to date. This is an initiative that as you can see is helping more people and families living with muscular dystrophy and related conditions.
Campaign Autumn 2011 Read about Jon Hastie's exciting film-making venture, as well as news of our own Trailblazers' cinema report.
Campaign Summer 2011 Read about campaign successes that have lead to increased provision of specialist care and neuromuscular services for people with muscle disease and their families.
Campaign Spring 2011 Changes to the way health and social care are provided by the Government mean that we must campaign more than ever to ensure that people with muscular dystrophy are represented
Campaign Summer 2010 An action packed summer of campaigning as we take a swing at muscle disease
Campaign Winter 2009 - 2010 The first issue of 2010 marks a very exciting time for the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign
Campaign Summer 2009 Major campaigning breakthrough - £1 million of services secured