Racking your brains for the ultimate Valentine’s Day gift? Well, now is the time to think about what your loved one would really like to do. Would they enjoy a dozen red roses, or a dozen reasons to smile? If it’s the latter, I have some ideas for you…
Take the plunge
Love is most definitely in the air when you’re at 10,000 feet, so what better gift is there this Valentine’s Day than arranging to take your sweetheart to new heights with a skydive? You can pick from 19 airfields across the UK and a date that suits you, and by fundraising for MS-UK you’ll be making a real difference to our work supporting people affected by multiple sclerosis.
A bicycle made for two?
Cycling is a great way to have fun together and raise funds for MS-UK at the same time! Whether it’s organising a tandem bike ride in your local area or taking on the capital at the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, you and your Valentine can do it together. We’ll be here to help, with lots of fundraising materials and of course a MS-UK cycling jersey for you and your beloved.
Book a night to remember
Is there anything more romantic than getting dressed up in your finest and enjoying a delicious three course meal in luxurious surroundings? If you want to ask for that last dance, why not book your tickets for the MS-UK Summer Ball? I know this will be a truly magical event hosted at Le Talbooth in Dedham on 29 June 2018, so surprise your Valentine with tickets and the promise of a fantastic evening out!
If you’d like to chat through a fundraising idea or find out more about any of these events, just email me or call me on 01206 226500.
However you celebrate Valentine’s Day, I hope it is filled with smiles for you!
Jenny Poulter, Events Fundraiser
Love is literally in the air this Valentine’s day!
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and a lot of people I know are trying to find the perfect gift for their loved ones! Maybe they’ve bought an amazing bouquet of flowers, a massive heart shaped box of chocolates or are treating themselves to a night in by the telly.
We at MS-UK, however, like to go a bit more extreme with our valentine’s gifts. We like to send people off to scream about their love from 10,000ft!!
Yes, I’m talking about a skydive for MS-UK!
We have a fantastic offer that has been passed to us by Skyline that is not to be missed! When you sign up to any event on skyline you can get two for the price of one on the registration fee. This means for a skydive you only pay a £70 registration fee for two of you to jump and if you raise over £395 each (£790 together), you’ll even get this cost back, making your jump effectively free!
This could be the most unique and perfect valentine’s gift for you and a loved one. But it’s not just limited to your valentine! You could also take the leap with your best pal or even that guy from down the street, the choice is yours!!
If you are interested in the offer and skydiving for MS-UK, you can use the code ‘SkylineValentine’ when booking on the skyline website here. This offer ends on 14 February at midnight, so be quick! Please also get in touch with me if you’d like a bit more information, my details are below!
We want to help you tell that someone special how much they mean to you this Valentine’s Day and help us help all those affected by MS!
Here is all you have to do…
We hope you have a lovely Valentine’s Day!
Get your hands on one of our limited edition Valentine’s Day Myles teddy bear; this will be a fantastic gift for that special someone and also knowing that you will be helping to support MS-UK in the process.
All you need to do is to visit our online shop and get your very own Myles for just £5 which includes postage and packaging, with all the profits going to MS-UK.
We will also be requesting your favourite Love Songs in the run up to Valentine ’s Day, all you need to do to get your song on our podcast is:
1. Text LURV16 £2 to 70070
2. Send your favourite love song to us on Twitter @MSUK6
Make sure you donate to get a full hour of love songs on the MS-UK podcast and spread the love this Valentine’s Day.