Shona shares her experience of fundraising for the National Tremor Foundation for her father.

"I am participating in the Kiltwalk 2024 in honour of my Papa, Sandy Moggach, who was one of my favourite people in the whole world. 

shonaSandy Moggach lived with a tremor

"My Papa faced many health problems throughout his life, and developed a tremor in his 50s. This was one of his most difficult challenges. He found this condition the most frustrating and upsetting. In spite of his tremor, my Papa lived life to the fullest. He loved walking, climbing, fishing and had many hobbies. He was an inspirational man and received an MBE for his work with Young Engineers. 

"Many people may not realise the challenges that come with having a tremor, or think about the difficulties one faces with this condition. That’s why I want to raise money for this cause, to help others like my Papa. 

"As I’ve mentioned my Papa loved walking, so fundraising for the cause by taking part in this walk feels very fitting. I have been training and working on my fitness in preparation for the upcoming event and look forward to making a donation to the National Tremor Foundation at the end of April.

"Every donation towards this cause means a lot to me and could mean the world to people living with a tremor. Thank you for taking the time to read my story."

To support Shona go to her fundrasing page.

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