Muir Maxwell Trust - Charity Cupcake Challenge

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The Charity Cupcake Challenge is a year long campaign to raise awareness of epilepsy and support the fundraising of the Muir Maxwell Trust.

We aim to raise £250,000.

Founded by parents Ann & Jonny Maxwell in 2003, the Muir Maxwell Trust is one of the UK's leading paediatric epilepsy charities dedicated to research and providing free epilepsy alarms to families throughout the UK.

An epilepsy alarm costs £500.

There are 120,000 children in the UK under the age of 21 with epilepsy, of these half have uncontrolled epilepsy and 20,000 are severe.

To find out more about our work, please visit us here Muir Maxwell Trust.

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MMT Charity Number: SC034364
MMT Ltd Charity Number: SC035531
The Muir Maxwell Trust Ltd. First floor, Suite 12, Stuart House, Eskmills, Musselburgh EH21 7PB Tel: 0131 273 5256
Email us info@charitycupcakechallenge.com



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