Introducing our Charity Partner: MNDA

13 September 2022

We are now only three months away from this year’s London Comedy Lunch, featuring headliner Jack Dee. With the countdown well underway to another fantastic event it’s the perfect time we introduce our charity partner for 2022,  MNDA.

This charity has been chosen to honour an amazing man in our industry: Paul Cook. He was a legend in the IT channel and Inconnection is honoured to pay tribute to him and his legacy. He was diagnosed with motor neurone disease but remained a devoted husband, and a caring father until his passing. Paul received palliative care from Thames Hospice in his final days, providing him and his family with wonderful care and support.

The Motor Neurone Disease Association have dedicated over forty years to improving access to care, research, and campaigning for those living with or affected by motor neurone disease in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Their work helps people like Paul come to terms with living with MND and accessing the correct care.

By raising money for this charity, we can help provide people with the end-of-life care they deserve and improve the lives of those living with MND.

In 2021 with the generous support of London Comedy Lunch hosts and guests we raised a large donation for our charity partner: Together for Short Lives. This year everyone attending London Comedy Lunch has the chance to honour Paul and contribute to the amazing work of this year’s Charity Partners, MNDA and Thames Hospice.