Inspiring stories and exciting updates from the MS fundraising community.
I'm becoming a very annoying person to be Facebook friends with. My profile has become a constant stream of training updates and begging statuses. My cover photo is a plea for cash.
This December I’m going to climb Mount Aspiring in New Zealand to raise money for both the MS Society and Prostate Cancer UK.
I’m an MSer – I was diagnosed at 23. Looking back, there may have been signs before that but the numb hands and muscle weakness in my arms led me to my GP.
Our new and improved spring raffle is available exclusively to members of the MS Society and your family and friends – to say thank you for your commitment in the fight against MS.
It was a highly anticipated event, not least because community involvement was huge. Excitement and good will wasn’t just inspired by the enthusiasm of the players, who’d engaged generous friends and family.
It's time to bake a difference. We want this year's Cake Break to be our biggest yet, to give us the best chance of beating MS.
It’s so simple: get together with your friends, family or colleagues, eat lots of cake and watch the donation box fill up.
This Valentine's Day, send love, romantic wishes and possibly laughter with a unique and charming e-card.
Whether you choose to be amorous or humorous, conventional or defiant, MS Society e-cards are the best way to celebrate the day.
The cards help spread awareness of MS, plus you can add a small donation if you wish, showing you care about issues close to your heart.
Selected gifts from the MS Society Christmas catalogue are now on sale, with up to 70% off. We've got presents perfect for birthdays and - for the more organised among us - Christmas cards and stocking fillers on offer.
In April 2012 I put my name forward to run the London Marathon 2013 for the MS Society. I’ve lived with MS for 30 years, the relapsing remitting type.
A huge thank you to everyone who entered our Christmas raffle. You helped raised over £25,000!
The draw took place on Friday 14 December and winning tickets were:
A very happy festive season and new year from everyone at the MS Society.
This year, thousands of you have given time, energy and money to get involved in many ways – all because you believe that a world free from MS is possible.
Just a few of the ways you made an impact this year: