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Everything we do is made possible by donations from supporters like you.

Whether it's funding millions of pounds of MS research, being a kind voice at the end of the phone, helping people make sense of their diagnosis, giving grants to people who need them most or campaigning against welfare cuts.

We couldn't do it without you.


Karen's story 

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. Over 130,000 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.

Fund research to stop MS

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Every penny takes us a step closer to stopping MS.

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£10could pay for two phone conversations with a trained member of our new Keep In Touch team

£20could pay for our MS Helpline team to answer a call or message from someone who needs our help

£65could pay for someone with MS to have a session with our Benefits Adviser to help them get the support they need

Every penny you give us helps us be there for someone affected by MS.

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£10a month could help cover the cost of a MS Helpline call with our specialist MS Nurse

£20a month could help people with MS get vital support from our Benefits Advisor

£30a month for a year could pay for a day on the MS Helpline, helping people in our MS community

Your regular donation means we can be there for everyone with MS. So no one has to face this pandemic alone.

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