‘Finding her tribe’ was incredibly important to Liz when she was diagnosed with facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD) in 2004.
Vicky Kyme discovered a community of kind, selfless, and considerate people when she volunteered for MDUK during lockdown.
Diagnosed with limb girdle muscular dystrophy at 17 years old, Andrew has concentrated on having a great quality of life.
Cambridgeshire 18-year old, Danny Parker, shed a massive five stones to do a skydive in support of his step-dad who lives with a muscle-wasting condition, then had to wait for five
Peter Ashley lives in North Lincolnshire with his wife, Emma-Jayne, and three children.
Tireless Tyrone volunteer Claire O’Hanlon hasn’t stopped fundraising for Duchenne charities since her son Luke was diagnosed with the condition, aged 13 months, in 2012 and
Having been diagnosed with a muscle-wasting condition and attending MDUK events, Patricia knew the value of her experience when sharing her story.
We’re committed to funding the best and most relevant science for the people we support, so we have a ‘gold standard’ review and selection process.
After running the London Marathon for Muscular Dystrophy UK in 2018 Sam Tisbury, who lives in Essex, wanted to do even more for the charity.
Peter Neville, 41, from Newmarket, has Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT).
This Volunteer’s Week Muscular Dystrophy UK want to send out a special thank you to all our wonderful volunteers.