Rowland House raise money for Huntington’s disease

Rowland House raise money for Huntington’s disease

Green and pink sock from the Huntington's Disease Association.

Rowland House, our neurological rehabilitation service in Surrey, is raising money for the Huntington’s Disease Association by participating in Odds And Socks Day on Thursday 29 February 2024.

On the day, everyone has to wear and share their wildest odd socks to help raise awareness and funds for people affected by the disease, and their families.

Georgina Green, Service Manager at Rowland House, said:

“At Rowland House, we support individuals who have acquired brain injury and neurological conditions, and in the last six years, specifically those who have Huntington’s disease. We also support residents and their families through palliative care.

“We are currently aiming to get the service accredited as a specialised home through the Huntington’s Disease Association.

“On Thursday 29 February, staff and residents will be wearing odd socks in support of individuals with this rare condition.”

The service is aiming to raise a minimum of £150.

If you would like to support Rowland House with this great cause, you can donate on their JustGiving page.

For more information on Odds And Socks Day and the Huntington’s Disease Association, visit their website.