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Music with a Mission: Come Support Functional Neurological Disorder on Hastings Street

Music with a Mission: Come Support Functional Neurological Disorder on Hastings Street

April is International Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) Awareness Month. To support FND research and advocacy, a group of talented musicians from the Sunshine Coast are organising a fundraising music day on Sunday, April 2nd on Hastings Street.

The musicians are gathering to support their teacher Ruby Pate-Macdonald, who is in recovery from FND. The event will take place between 12pm and 5:20 pm on Hastings Street, between the Surf Club (ocean side) and the police beat. All funds raised during this time by the musicians will be donated to support FND research and advocacy.

This event not only highlights the importance of supporting those in our communities who are affected by various health conditions but also brings it to the forefront of people's minds. This music day is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the condition and support those affected by it.

The power of music to bring people together for a good cause is truly remarkable, and this event is a perfect example of that. It's heartwarming to see how people can come together to support a cause and make a positive impact on someone's life. We hope to see you there!


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