We work alongside our charity partners, to volunteer and fundraise

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MND Association
The MND Association's vision is a world free from MND - a debilitating, life-shortening neurodegenerative disease, for which there is no cure. The MNDA improve care and support for people with the disease, their families and carers. They fund and promote research that leads to new understanding and treatments, to help find a cure for MND. Registered Charity No: 294354
Petals Charity works to provide and promote specialist counselling for parents across the UK following baby loss, free-of-charge. The charity is currently working to expand their presence across the south-east and London, to a nationwide service provision.

Recent Updates

    1. 22/02/2024 – On 3rd March 2024, our MD, Seema will be running the Cambridge Half marathon in support of our amazing charity partners – the Motor Neurone Disease Association. Thank you so much to everyone in our network that has sponsored her for the challenge and we’ll be posting some updates the day!
    2. 10/07/2022 – On Sunday 10 July 2022, after a year’s delay due to the pandemic, it was our pleasure to support Petals 10th Anniversary. They marked 10 years (now 11 years!) since Petals Charity was set up with an afternoon tea for the charity members, supporters, and counsellors. Read more in our blog post about the day!
    3. 16/06/2021 – July 2021 marks 10 years since Petals Charity started its crucial work to help bereaved parents after baby loss. To help support their amazing work, Onyva The Agency will be sponsoring their key anniversary event, taking part in fundraising and have committed voluntary time to support their marketing efforts.
    4. 19/09/2021 – As part of the Walk to d’feet MND campaign, we supported a charity walk by MND Worcestershire branch who had contacted us due to a shortage of funds for critical equipment for MND sufferers. Well done for your vital work to support those with this debilitating neurodegenerative disease.

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