Couldn't believe it was real: Paul's skydive
Paul Kosinski pushed himself out of his comfort zone to take part in our Jump in June skydiving month.
Making a difference for people with MS in Lanarkshire
On September 5, 2017, the MS Trust announced that it would be working with NHS Lanarkshire to improve access to MS nurses in the area, and ensure people living with MS get the support they need. Nine months on, we're pleased to report on the positive difference the new MS nurses have made to people with MS in Lanarkshire.
Run 10K with Jo this July
Jo Sopala, Director of Health Professional Programmes at the MS Trust, has signed up to run the British 10K in July and wants you to join her.
Jim to trek from Land's End to John O'Groats
We'd like to wish the best of luck to longstanding MS Trust supporter Jim Thompson as he begins a 1,300 mile trek.
How we're protecting your data
Laws on how your data is protected are changing and here at the MS Trust we’re committed to ensuring you feel confident that we’re looking after your data properly and communicating with you fairly.
Taking a leap
Last year, 64 daring MS Trust supporters took a leap of faith and jumped out of a plane with a parachute, raising over £44,000 to help others affected by MS. Adventure lover Sarah Harper explains why she wanted to take part in a sponsored skydive.
"Don't let MS change who you are"
Following a shock diagnosis in 2015, Lucy Pritchard decided to take on a remarkable running challenge to raise vital funds for the MS Trust and show that MS doesn’t have to mean the end of your world. This is her story.
New research finds that young people newly diagnosed with MS are not getting the support they need
Understanding MS is hard enough as an adult, but for the increasing numbers of young people affected by MS, it can be huge challenge. This MS Awareness Week (23-29th April), the MS Trust is highlighting the impact MS can have on young people.
The Kellys run 1000 miles
Teresa and Des have set themselves a mammoth challenge of running 1000 miles in 2018 to support people living with MS.
Why I ran The Big Half
Zoe tells us why she and her partner Rob ran The Big Half for the MS Trust to help support people affected by MS.