Be a fundraising volunteer
And we need your help. We're looking for cheerers, event leaders, cake sellers, street collectors, meeters, greeters and friendly faces.
Even if you only have a little time to spare, if you spend it with us, you'll help make a difference for everyone affected by MS.
Helping our runners over the finish line
As a marathon runner himself Albert knows how lonely a physical challenge can be. He's made it his mission to make sure our runners get the loudest cheers on the track.
And we love him for it.
Ways to get involved
Fundraise with your local group
Up and down the UK our local groups put on events, organise street collections, cake breaks, concerts and garden parties to stop MS.
We're always looking for ambitious people with bright ideas to lead our activities or lend a hand. Does that sound like you?
Volunteer to cheer
Could you spare an afternoon or morning? Physical challenges are hard and can be lonely on the day. Our runners tell us they live for our cheer points to raise their spirits and help them get through.Do you have what it takes to make our MS Superstars feel like rockstars with your screams?
I enjoy volunteering because it gets me out of the house to meet people. Sometimes you feel people you meet want to talk to someone and I can be there for them Geraldine, local group volunteer
Find support near you
From support groups to information events, there's lots of ways to connect with people who understand what life's like with MS.
Make a donation
Every penny you give takes us closer to stopping MS.
£25could go towards mobility aids to give someone with MS more freedom to live independently
£50could contribute to buying specialist eating equipment to help someone with MS take back control
£100could go towards a laptop to help someone with MS stay connected and make new friends
Every penny you donate could help change lives.
£5a month could pay towards driving lessons, giving someone with MS the ability to get out and be social
£10a month could fund exercise equipment for someone with MS to improve their mobility and have more freedom
£15a month could help with adaptations to someone with MS’s home so they can continue to live independently
Your regular donation means we can fund even more life-changing grants. Together we will stop MS.