When Karen was diagnosed with MS, she felt like she'd been punched. She was scared about her future. And terrified it meant she might not be able to have children.
Karen's story isn't unusual. 100,000 people in the UK have MS and it affects almost three times as many women as men. Today's treatments mean many people like Karen can get on with their lives. But we want to go further and stop MS altogether.
How we spend your money
We couldn't do any of this without your amazing fundraising, donations and legacies.
Your donations mean together we can provide information, support and services to people living with MS, and fund millions of pounds of MS research every year. Thank you. You're incredible.
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Every penny takes us a step closer to stopping MS.
£10could help us provide support to a caller to our MS Helpline
£20could pay for one hour of research to help us understand and manage MS fatigue
£30could help run the MS Forum, giving over 27,000 people a place to come together as a community
Every penny you give us really does help us stop MS.
£10a month could help stock our research labs with essential supplies
£20a month for a year could help fund a short break for someone with MS
£30a month could help train an MS Helpline volunteer to support hundreds of people with MS
Your regular donation means we can keep funding world class MS research with confidence. Together we will stop MS.