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How can you help?

You can help us in any of the following 3 ways:

 1. Raising public awareness

Helping us to raise public awareness of the disease, and through this assist in the push for public funds for research & trials in the UK  by electing Action Duchenne * (Charity No. 1101971), or The Eileen McCallum Trust ** (Charity No. SC041537) as the Charity of the Year at your dance school / workplace / business / local council seek to have Action Duchenne included on the list of approved charities at your workplace or local council.

 2. Supporting the cause

Consider designating Action Duchenne as your charity for your next fundraiser or any charitable events that you participate in (example marathons, fun runs, bridge walks, etc).

Help raise funds for the Charity from from sales of the Caledonian Kitchen - a beautiful. 160 page, full colour, hardback collection of recipes from around Scotland which features contributions from celebrities, prominent figures, award winning chefs and supporters of Action Duchenne. The recipe books can be purchased online from the book's website www.thecaledoniankitchen.co.uk . 

 3. Supporting Logan through Gareths Fling for Logan challenges

Sponsor and follow Gareth in his challenged or create your own fling for logan sponsored challenge (challenges to date include Gareths 40 step fling, cowal 50 step fling challenge, IWAMD 40 minute reel, Australias Largest Highland Fling, tough mudder & a couple of marathons).

* Action Duchenne is a UK company and charity that was set up in the UK by parents, family members & supporters of young people with DMD who demanded that a cure or viable long-term treatment is found. The charity seeks to promote new research & clinical trials and also maintains the DMD registry - a UK national register of people with DMD which is used to match trials with people.
** The Eileen McCallum Trust is a voluntary organisation, and registered Charity, set up by families in Scotland who are affected by Duchenne muscular dystrophy. The aim of trust is to provide financial support to families affected by DMD to ensure their sons have the equipment and care services they require for an improved quality of life.