False information about life insurance for people with MS
We've been made aware that a website called 'Cover4Life' is falsely advertising a life insurance product from 'Your Life Protected' as being promoted by the MS Trust.
This company is using our logo without our permission and has no connection to the MS Trust. We have asked them to remove all references to our organisation.
Thank you to our Santa Runners
A big well done and thank you to our 23 amazing MS Trust Santas, who took part in the DIFC Santa Run yesterday in Victoria Park.
Good luck to all the MS Trust Santas!
This Sunday Santas will be gathering in London to take part in two events in aid of the MS Trust.
On Monday November 17th a Parliamentary Reception was held to share the latest results from the Risk-sharing Scheme (RSS) for MS drugs.
Inequality of access to MS specialist nurses across the UK is shown by MS Trust report.
A report published today by the MS Trust finds that 30,000 people with MS live in areas where their specialist nurses are managing twice the sustainable level. This may mean that these people are not receiving all the support that they need.
Book your place on Romy's London Santa Walk
MS Trust supporter Romy Langley has organised a Santa Walk in aid of the MS Trust, which will take place in London's Richmond Park on Sunday 7 December.
Can you help with our Christmas collection day?
The MS Trust is looking for volunteer collectors to help raise funds to support people with MS this December.
Artist's award winning design for the MS Trust
Angela J Simpson who is an artist specialising in animal portraits and wildlife, won a competition last Christmas with her beautiful sheep design 'Sophie' and chose the MS Trust as her charity of choice.
Good luck to our Kilimanjaro trekkers
Good luck to the six MS Trust supporters who are setting off to climb Mount Kilimanjaro on Thursday 9 October.
MS Trust rejects claims of lack of transparency of pharmaceutical company funding
The MS Trust strongly rejects claims published in a BMJ article on 29 September that the MS Trust and MS Society have failed to be transparent in reporting pharmaceutical funding for charitable activities.