Special offer for Northamptonshire skydive!
Sign up to our Northamptonshire Big Blue Jump before Wednesday 5 April and sign up a friend for FREE!
How the MS Trust is helping people with MS make services more accessible, responsive and supportive
A survey tool developed by the MS Trust as part of its GEMSS project is enabling people with MS and MS teams work together to improve services
Two Big Blue Jump dates announced
Join the MS Trust at our skydive events in Lancashire and Northamptonshire and help make sure no one has to manage MS alone.
Show a bit of love with an #MSValentine
Forget about boring old cards and overpriced chocolates. Simply post a selfie of you blowing a kiss - your #MSValentine - to show everyone with MS that you care.
Explore London with 20in20 guided tours
A group of London tour guides are aiming to raise £20,000 for the MS Trust in 20 hours by offering guided tours of the City of London on 25 May.
Yeoman Warder Andy to climb Mont Blanc for MS
Andy Merry, a Yeoman Warder at the Tower of London, tells us about his mission to scale Mont Blanc and raise £60,000.
Share the love with a #MistletoeMugshot!
Pucker up for your very best #MistletoeMugshot selfies and share the love by texting MWAH16 £3 to 70070 to donate £3 to help people with MS.
The Helen Ley Charitable Trust
People with severe MS will benefit from new bursaries worth £150,000 which will fund the training of specialist nurses and allied health professionals, enabling them to offer the best care possible. The finance behind this initiative comes from the Helen Ley Charitable Trust, an organisation which was formed 42 years ago by the Coventry MS branch with the assistance of local business people.
The MS Woodshop opens for Christmas
If you're stuck for Christmas present ideas, Kenny's wooden creations and tree decorations make lovely and unique gifts.
'Tis the season to do some festive fundraising
Are you looking for a reason to wear your Christmas jumper? With the festive season on the horizon and people feeling in a giving mood, this is a great time of year to harness some of that positive spirit and use it to help people with MS