Motorbikes have recently been a fundraising theme for the Neurological Foundation.  Our grateful thanks to everyone involved in organising and participating in these events, and a huge thank you for the very generous contributions for neurological research.

  • Ken Walks Aoteoroa


    In November 2016 Ken retired at the age of 76 and started a 3002km walk/hike along the Aotearoa Trail as a fundraiser for the New Zealand Neurological Foundation.

  • Wellington Marathon - James Daly


    The most complex organ in our bodies is the brain, it controls our functions, shapes our reality and tells us when we love someone.

  • Michael's Knight of Sufferlandria Attempt


    10 hours of high intensity cycling videos on a wind trainer to raise funds for Neurological Foundation.

    To be awarded the highest honor accorded by the Sufferlandrian Ministry of Madness, one must simply do 10 Sufferfest videos, back-to-back.

  • Neurological Foundation Chapman Fellow, Dr Teddy Wu, running the Melbourne Half Marathon


    Congratulations to Dr Teddy Wu who completed the Melbourne Half Marathon on the 15th October and has raised over $700 for the Neurological Foundation. Dr Wu managed to finish the 21km run in 1 hour and 56 minutes. Thank you once again Dr Wu for the generous support.