This year MS-UK is celebrating 25 years of supporting people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS).
How to get involved
In 2018, we have a limited edition 25th anniversary pin badge especially for anyone who raises or donates £25 or more in aid of MS-UK!
Whether you love getting active or prefer a cuppa and cake, fundraising for MS-UK is as much fun as you make it!
Ways to support MS-UK…
Whatever you decide to do, we’re here to support you all the way. Contact the fundraising team using our online form.
We want to be here for anyone affected by multiple sclerosis in the future, and you can help by playing the make a smile lottery in aid of MS-UK!
Find out more today!
We have a fantastic Twibbon that you can add to your Twitter or Facebook profile picture today!
Just visit our Twibbon page to add it now!
Since MS-UK was formed there have been many developments in the world of health and care.
We have seen the approval of the first disease modifying drug, Betaferon, back in 1995. We have witnessed the appointment of the first ever MS nurse in 2003. We have recently cheered to see the National Institute for Health and Care Excellent (NICE) adding mindfulness to their clinical guidance.
For the past 25 years MS-UK has weathered various ‘storms’ in its mission to be here to support people affected by MS. So when I think of our 25th anniversary, it’s not something I celebrate in the traditional sense of ‘an anniversary’, but rather it is a celebration of the people who understand the value of charity in today’s world. It is a celebration of the strong social consciousness of the thousands of people who have supported us over the years, without whom we would not be here.
Now, as MS-UK celebrates its 25th anniversary, I look to the future. MS-UK will continue to provide information and support to anyone affected by MS to ensure they have independence, choice and control. I am proud that MS-UK is as dedicated as ever to empowering people affected by multiple sclerosis to make the most of today, and live life to the full.
So as we go through 2018 and celebrate all those that make our being possible, I thank you for being part of the MS-UK journey.