Motor Neuron Disease awareness

Raising awareness for Motor Neuron Disease

IREP leadership team meets in Dubai
IREP Global Head of FM visits India

This year we are proud to be a sponsor of the MND24 initiative that aims to raise awareness and funds for Motor Neuron Disease around the world (also known as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis ALS).

The event challenged participants to engage in any sport or activity for 24 hours individually or as a team throughout the month of March. IREP teams from different parts of the world participated in the challenge and organised various activities where teams accumulated 24 hours of activity in total between them in support of the cause. Colleagues from Australia, Bahrain, Dubai, UK, Pakistan, India and Spain took part and set up their own events. Some of the activities that they chose included cycling, rowing, cricket, running, and walking. Take a look at some of our participants who helped raise awareness for Motor Neuron Disease . Well done and thank you to everyone who got involved!

IREP’s CEO, Kenny McCrae commented:

”Thank you, Sandy Stirling, for choosing IREP to be MND24’s main sponsor this year. We are truly honored to be involved and to help make a difference. You have managed to fully transfer your passion onto our teams, and they were fully vested in supporting this charitable work on a global level, from Brisbane to Mexico City.”

We are humbled to have been a part of this initiative and to have contributed to the amazing organisation that MND24 is. Let’s continue to raise awareness and funds for Motor Neuron Disease and support those who are affected by it.

More about MND24

MND24 is a challenge open to individuals and teams to take part in their chosen sport or activity, anywhere in the world for a total of 24 hours in a bid to “Raise Awareness” in the UAE and raise funds around the world to support research into Motor Neuron Disease.

You can find out more about the MND24 initiative and how you can support it at

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