My MS Fundraising surrounded by MS Society bunting, question marks, a stop watch, collecting bucket, microphone, flag and mug

My MS Fundraising

Inspired to do something different to stop MS? We're here to help you fundraise, your way.

Read our guidance on fundraising events and coronavirus

Whatever you have in mind, we want to help make your fundraising dream a reality.

Register for My MS Fundraising now to share your plans and unlock all the support we offer.

You'll get your own handy fundraising guide to get you started. And all the help you need from our fabulous fundraising team.

Register your My MS Fundraising

After you register for My MS Fundraising we'll send your guide in the post.

Can't wait? Here's our quick guide to putting on your own event so you can get started right away.

5 steps to event planning perfection

1. Make a plan

This is the time to really think about what you want your event to be and how it will look. Planning is key, but to get you started why not start thinking about:

  • where you'll hold your event and if you'll need permission. You might need to check with the local council, landholder or venue owner
  • if your location is accessible for everyone, including chair users or people with walking aids
  • if there are enough rest areas and toilets. It's not glamorous, but it's important!

What do you need to turn it orange?

You can order materials to turn your activity orange, including: t-shirts, banners, balloons and bunting. Order your materials by calling 0300 500 8084 or emailing

Register for My MS Fundraising

Sign up to tell us your plans and get support.

The next research breakthrough is in reach

Your donation will help stop MS.

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    Our minimum donation is £2, please enter a different amount.

£30could process one blood sample, giving researchers crucial information about genes and the immune system.

£50could pay for an hour on a microscope, so scientists can study cells and tissue in greater detail and improve their understanding of the biology of MS.

£100could pay for half an hour of MRI use, so researchers can monitor the success of clinical trials and understand MS in more detail.

Every penny you give really does take us a step closer to stopping MS. Your donation will make a difference.

MS researcher at work in lab, using a pipette