You pick the place, you pick the distance
Set your own 'Miles for MS' distance challenge to complete during May and raise sponsorship to support people living with MS.
Whether it is half a mile or 100 miles, you pick how far you want to go and do it your way! Walk, wheel, arm cycle, swim, cycle, run, row… it’s up to you.
Pick your distance and complete it in your own time over the course of the month, tracking your progress on your personalised fundraising page and raising vital funds. You don’t have to do it alone either, why not get your office, gym class or family involved too?
You might decide that you want to ride 20 miles on an exercise bike or arm bike, and break it down to half a mile each session. Or maybe you want to run a marathon (26 miles) over the month, but do it by running shorter distances a few times each week. Perhaps your personal challenge would be to walk to the post box and back, and you could build up to it over the course of the month.
Sign up for just £15 and you will receive an MS Trust T-shirt, your own personalised online page where you can track your progress and raise funds, and a certificate when you finish. If you raise over £125, you’ll also get a 'Miles for MS' medal to wear with pride.
Congratulations to everyone who has taken part in the 2018 'Miles for MS' to raise money for the MS Trust. A fantastic £30,000 has been raised to support those living with MS today. If you would like to join in 'Miles for MS' next year, please register your interest below.
We’d love to talk with you about some of the different ways you could get involved. Call us on 01462 476707 or email email@example.com.
How we can help you fundraise
From fundraising ideas to fundraising materials, we will support you every step of the way.
Our BBC Lifeline Appeal
Don’t forget to watch our first ever BBC Lifeline Appeal featuring some of our amazing supporters and presented by Radio 1 presenter Scott Mills.
Our Miles for MS superstars
During the month of May, over 100 people walked, ran, swam, jogged, rowed, arm cycled, wheeled and more as part of Miles for MS. We find out why they wanted to get involved and how exercise has helped them live well with MS.