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Apply for an MS Society grant

MS can put pressure on different aspects of your life, including your bank balance. Our grants can ease some of that pressure by helping to pay for items that help you live well with MS.

COVID-19 update

Because of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak we've had to make changes to how we process grant applications.

We've followed the latest government advice and have asked our staff to work from home. Because of this, we can’t send out or receive printed grant application forms by post.

Please don’t post your forms until further notice. If you’ve sent an application by post in the last couple of days, there’s a possibility your grants application won’t be processed.

You can still apply for a grant by email. Go to our Health and Wellbeing grants page or our Carers grant page for more information.

Health and Wellbeing Grants

Health and Wellbeing Grants are there for items and activities that will have a significant positive impact on your life. That means everything from holidays and car adaptations to wheelchairs and exercise equipment.

Apply for a Health and Wellbeing Grant

Carer's Grants

Carer's Grants can help fund activities that give unpaid carers a chance to relax or learn new skills.

Apply for a Carer's Grant

Make a donation

We're working with the i newspaper to provide life-changing grants to people affected by MS.

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£25could go towards mobility aids to give someone with MS more freedom to live independently

£50could contribute to buying specialist eating equipment to help someone with MS take back control

£100could go towards a laptop to help someone with MS stay connected and make new friends

Every penny you donate could help change lives.

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£5a month could pay towards driving lessons, giving someone with MS the ability to get out and be social

£10a month could fund exercise equipment for someone with MS to improve their mobility and have more freedom

£15a month could help with adaptations to someone with MS’s home so they can continue to live independently

Your regular donation means we can fund even more life-changing grants. Together we will stop MS.

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