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Cake Break: 4 easy steps to faking it

Are you holding a Cake Break this March and don't know where to start? We've got you covered with our four simple steps for faking it until you make it. It really is as easy as pie. Or cake.

>> Take a look at our Cake Break recipes.

5 reasons to walk this way

Photo of Brighton wheel against blue sky and sea by *jane* from flikr

5 top tips for a successful Cake Break

Cake Break is a fun, easy way to bring people together and raise funds for better treatments, services and information for everyone with MS.

You can bake homemade goodies, or pop to the supermarket for ready-made treats to share. Whether you’re a star baker, an expert faker or somewhere in between, you can take a Cake Break your way.

Cake Break: will you bake it or fake it?

Cake Break - will you bake it or fake it?

This March, we'd love you to join us for Cake Break and raise funds for better treatments, services and information for everyone with MS. 

Organise a bake off with your work mates, decorate cookies with the kids or invite your friends over for cake and a cuppa.

Did you win our Christmas Raffle?


We’re pleased to announce the winners of our Christmas Raffle 2016.

A huge thank you to all our incredible supporters who have entered or donated. You've helped to raise over £175,000! This is an amazing achievement that will help support our vital research and improve the lives of people with MS.

The winners are:

First prize (£4,000):

Buy your MS Society Christmas cards

Buy our MS Society Christmas cards and help us stop MS. Our cards are now available online and in Cards for Good Causes shops around the UK.

We have everything from fun, playful styles to more traditional Christmas scenes.

Cycling from London to Greece for MS

Every 10 years or so, I get the urge to embark on some bike riding challenge to raise money for charity. I have of course tried to suppress this urge with counselling, hypnotism and patches, but despite this it still happens.

In my 50s and 60s I rode from the UK to Greece and raised £5,000 on each occasion. Now, a decade later and not being very imaginative, I again decided to ride to Greece.

Enter our Christmas raffle

The temperature is dropping, which means - our Christmas raffle is open. Enter for a chance to win one of 15 great prizes, including a first prize of £4,000.

You can buy tickets online or through our raffle hotline on 0345 601 6936. Tickets are £1 and the closing date for entries is Friday 9 December.

Did you win our summer raffle?

Our summer raffle 2016 draw took place last Friday and we have our winners!

We'd like to say a huge thank you to all our wonderful supporters who entered or donated. You've helped us to raise over £128,000 for our vital work.

The winners are:

First prize (£4,000):

Walking together for MS by Stephanie Millward

An MS walk? When I was asked to attend the MS Walk, I thought me? Can I do a five, 10 or 20 kilometre walk? No chance. I would never be able to do that. But then I thought yes – you can do anything if you believe you can.

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