Sammy baking

Oliver’s Bake a Difference

Sammy de Laszlo looks like any other 8 year old, happily playing with his favourite cars, or trying to chase his elder brother Thomas in the park.

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  • Rich Copson at Parallel London 2016

    Rich returns to Parallel London


    Rich Copson is one of Muscular Dystrophy UK's team taking on Parallel London in September. Parallel London is a fully accessible challenge event in the Olympic Park.

  • Marion and her nephew

    Marion takes on an Ironman to celebrate her 60 birthday in style


    Marion Arnold from Norwich recently set herself the challenge of competing in the Outlaw Ironman Triathlon 2017. With a swim of 2.

  • Craig’s Make Today Count Story


    “I decided to skydive and Make Today Count for Muscular Dystrophy UK. I wanted to make a difference, as both my sons Oli and Harry have Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

  • Johan Skydive

    Johan’s Make Today Count Story


    “I decided to Make Today Count and support Muscular Dystrophy UK because my son and I, and other family members, have limb girdle muscular dystrophy,” said Johan Clark from Sco

  • Mary

    Mary’s Make Today Count Story


    I’m taking part in Make Today Count 2018 for my nephew David who had muscular Duchenne dystrophy and passed away when he was just 19 years old.

  • Make Today Count Northern Ireland

    Dwayne’s Make Today Count Story


    I decided to Make Today Count and support Muscular Dystrophy UK because it is a very worthy cause.

  • Arianna’s Orbital abseil


    Arianna, 17, is heading to London's Olympic Park this weekend to abseil 114m down the Orbit. She's chosen to support Muscular Dystrophy UK because her mum has myotonic dystrophy.

  • Anjali took on Parallel London


    Muscular Dystrophy UK is back at the world’s first fully inclusive mass participation event, Parallel London, for its second year at the iconic Olympic Park this September!  The

  • Heather and Daniel

    Daniel & his mum set to take on Parallel London


    Daniel, three, will be pushed by his mum Heather in the 5km fun run at this year's Parallel London in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on 3 September.

  • A Cure for George zoom past their fundraising target in just four months!


    The Midland’s newest family fund was set up in April by the Booth family from Weston in Stafford. George aged 5 was diagnosed with Becker muscular dystrophy in January 2017.

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