I'm raising money for the Addison's Disease Self Help Group so that they can continue to support people with Addison's and adrenal insufficiency. Addison’s is a rare endocrine condition where the adrenal glands do not produce enough steroid hormones and can be life threatening. It affects approximately 1 in 10,000 people, meaning an estimated 300 - 350 new cases are diagnosed each year across the UK, this makes it roughly 300 times rarer than diabetes.
It's been a year since Zoe was diagnosed with Addison's Disease and we would like to mark the occasion by raising money for the charity who have been such a huge support to us over the past year; Addison's Disease Self Help Group (ADSHG)
I'm running 10km a day for 50 days to raise money for vital research and devlolment of a adrenal crisis epipen for people that have a steroid insufficiency.
My amazing wife, Helen, has addison's disease and I would love to raise awareness in the medical community.
May sister was diagnosed with Addison s 2 years ago
We are running to raise awareness of Adrenal insufficiency and fund raise for the Addison's Disease self help group (ADSHG) to assist with great support work the charity does for those with adrenal insufficiency and Addison's disease.
In memory of Douglas McEwan, our much-missed colleague and friend.
Since being diagnosed with Addison’s disease in July 2020, Addison’s UK have provided invaluable support. I’d like to give back to this wonderful charity!
support the advocacy and work of ADSHG
To help find a cure for Addison's Disease
To raise as much money as possible to help this brilliant charity continue their hard work and support of people with Addison's disease.
Jacks godmothers 10yr old son has Addison’s disease, he was diagnosed when he was 8 and went into adrenal crisis.
Our daughter Katelin was diagnosed with Addison's disease aged 8yrs and it has changed our lives.
In 2015 my son was diagnosed with CAH
I am an Addisons warrior
To help raise awareness about Addison’s. Being newly diagnosed and not knowing much about the disease we need to work together to make everyone more aware.
To show how far I’ve come since my diagnosis nearly 3 years ago... from not being able to stand in the shower let alone walk 10 miles.
Our daughter, Jo, was diagnosed with Addison’s disease at the age of 18. We would like to support the Addison’s Disease Self Help Group in the essential work that it does.
A well loved, good friend of mine sadly died of Addison’s Disease last year and he owned Revival Clothes shop in Banbury and the new owners wanted to do a fundraiser in his memory that was unfortunately cancelled due to Covid 19.
Something I feel needs more funding, we need more research, awareness and support.
So this July my horse and I have a challenge of hacking 100km to raise awareness of Addison's disease!
To support those who, like Ram, struggled with Addison's
A dear friend passed away from Addison’s disease, All of her symptoms went un-noticed and were mis diagnosed so we are raising awareness of this disease in the hope that it doesn’t happen again.
As many of you know I was diagnosed with Addison’s disease at the start of March i’ve decided to do something positive and raise money for this great charity who have helped me understand my new illness.
My wife was recently diagnosed with Addison’s and has found the self-help group to be a great support.
My best friends son has Addison’s disease he’s 11 and went into adrenal crisis in 2017 aged 8.