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Allan Jones Memorial

We are raising funds to support those affected by MND, and for MND research, in honour of our former friend and colleague Allan Jones.

$3,750
raised of
$20,000 goal
Thanks to
22 supporters

Allan was a loving husband to Nina, father to Christopher, respected colleague to many in the electricity sector, and friend to many.

Allan joined Hydro Tasmania in 2001. He was instrumental in the transition of the business into the National Electricity Market (NEM), setting up and leading the control room and trading teams for nearly two decades. As a consultant he then supported many projects and businesses, including design and approvals work for the proposed Marinus Link interconnector. His dedication, intellect and tireless approach added immense value to Tasmania and the NEM. 

Allan was a keen paddler and a member of the Little Howrah Paddle Group, and had much to contribute to our state and community;  his was a talented and productive life cut short by MND.  We raise these funds to celebrate his life, honour his memory, and to support others facing the challenges of MND.

  • $200 we can buy a specialised carer call bell 
  • $500 we can buy a personal falls alarm 
  • $1,000 we can buy an iPad for our equipment library 
  • $2,500 we can buy a surface pro tablet with communication software so people can continue speaking to their friends and family 
  • $5,000 we can buy an electric bed and pressure care mattress
  • $7,500 we can buy a tilt in space wheelchair for someone to continue to access their community and a tilt recliner so they can relax at home in the family living space 
  • $10,000 we can buy a robotic feeder for people to loan so they can continue to feed themselves independently if their arms are not working 
  • $15,000 we can deliver our MND Advisor Service for three months 
  • $20,000 we can cover a range of home modifications for members such as building ramps to access the home in a wheelchair and wheelchair accessible bathrooms

Thanks to our supporters

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