New leaflet series launched: funding ataxia research projects – Ataxia

New leaflet series launched: funding ataxia research projects

New leaflet series launched: funding ataxia research projects

Ataxia UK launch a new series of research project leaflets, helping you choose where your money/donations go and to support research you want to get behind.

We are producing a series of leaflets and online appeal pages for research projects we are seeking funding for. The series is launching today, on Rare Disease Day 2018.

These leaflets cover the full breadth of ataxia research happening across the UK and other European organisations who collaborate with us. They will each include a website link to take donors directly to the research project’s online appeal page where they can read more and donate.

We will announce new research project leaflets as they are produced in the Ataxia UK e-newsletter. You can request copies of these leaflets from the office and disseminate them to potential donors, explaining the project’s background, aims and impact in easy-to-understand terms and letting them know where their money is going.

Visit our ‘donate to ataxia research’ page to find our first project, launched today: Pharmacalogical approach to treating episodic ataxia type 1

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