Nightrider 2018

Find out more about the Nightrider cycling challenge series taking place this summer. We cover what it's about, what's involved & whether it's the right charity challenge for you! We hope you'll join us!Read more

Interview with Vivek Gohil at Action Duchenne International Conference 2017

Watch our interview with the brilliant Vivek Gohil and Peter Duffy at the #ADConf17. Hear about Vivek's positive attitude, greatest achievements and living life to the fullest.Read more

Foresters Friendly Society Charity of the Year

It is because of people like Jill and the family and friends that support her, that we continue to fund ground breaking research into treatments and ultimately a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.Read more

Spotlight on fundraisers January 2018

Check out some of our wonderful fundraisers; Jo Gelblum, Deborah O'Doherty, Holiday Inn Luton, Matthew Bardsley, Alexis Ellison, Janet BloorRead more

Spotlight on Fundraisers September 2017

Check out some of this month's fundraisersRead more

Summer Internship at Action Duchenne

Benjamin James (20) joined the Action Duchenne team in the Summer of 2017 and continues to work with us during his third year at UniversityRead more

Spotlight on Fundraisers August 2017

Check out some of our amazing fundraisers!Read more

Perspectives on disability - By Benjamin James

Benjamin is a 20 year old Student, an Intern at Action Duchenne and still walks despite living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.Read more

Johnny's Film

Sunday 3 September 2017 would have been Jonathan Stringer's 30th Birthday. We celebrate his achievements and his inspiring film.Read more

Could you be the next amazing Action Duchenne Trustee?

Whether you have a close connection to Duchenne, or are keen to get involved in the not-for-profit sector, you could make a huge difference to our community.Read more

Spotlight on Fundraisers July 2017

Exciting news about some of our amazing fundraisers!Read more

Clarity - by Benjamin James

Benjamin is a 20 year old Student, an Intern at Action Duchenne and still walks despite living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.Read more