Would you like to get involved with MSTV, our exciting new project for young people affected by MS?
Do you have an MS story to tell?
Are you a budding director or a star in the making?
If you are aged 11 - 17 and want to share your story to help others, then the MS Trust needs YOU!
Watch Calum's video to find out more.
Sign our consent form & upload your video.
We’re excited to announce that this April, during MS Awareness Week, the MS Trust will be launching a brand new YouTube channel for young people aged 11 to 17, who are affected by multiple sclerosis. The channel, which is called MSTV, will feature videos to help you understand MS better – topics like who gets MS, symptoms and how you’re feeling about it.
If you’re aged 11 to 17 and have experience of MS – perhaps you have it yourself or know somebody that does and want to raise awareness – there’s loads of different ways you could get involved with the project.
We’ve listed a few below, but Calum will tell you about many more in our video above.
- Could you share your story to help others in a similar situation?
- Maybe you could play a starring role behind or in front of the camera?
- Or how about signing up to be an MS Trust reporter?
If any of this sounds up your street, then simply sign up and upload a video telling us why you’re keen. Don't worry if you don't want to face the camera as we would love to hear from you - we have plenty of other roles for you to get involved with. Please make sure you get your parent/guardian’s permission first though!