Good luck to our RideLondon team
Good luck to the 17 MS Trust cyclists who will be taking on the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 this Sunday!
Good Luck Jo with your World Record attempt
Jo Rodda is taking on the challenge to be the fastest woman to complete the Enduroman Arch to Arc Triathlon.
We need your help - can you spare some time to help us with an exciting project?
We are in the process of redeveloping our website, which will include MS Decisions, a decision aid to help people navigate the complex world of disease modifying drugs. We are keen to involve people with MS in this development.
Well done and thank you to our Monster Skiers!
The MS Trust would like to say a huge congratulations to the 2015 Monster Ski team for completing the 7th Monster Ski challenge.
Rick Halsall wins award for fundraising work
MS Trust supporter Rick Halsall from Southport has been rewarded for his efforts to make a difference for a charity close to his heart.
Do you have a place in the Great North Run?
The Great North Run public ballot was announced this week. Were you successful in getting a place in this iconic race?
Winchester students to host a 24 hour radio show for MS Trust
The MS Trust is lucky enough to have been chosen as one of seven charities to benefit from Winchester University's Sound Radio's 168 hour continuous broadcast, which begins today.
New fundraising group supports MS charities through rock music
Rock Against MS UK is a fundraising group dedicated to supporting three MS charities through the power of rock! The inaugural Rock Against MS UK event was held at Baseline in Dudley in September 2014, followed by a Christmas party in December.
Join the Big Blue Jump this MS Awareness Week!
Do something amazing this MS Awareness Week - take on a thrilling skydive and experience the incredible, once in a life time feeling of freefalling 10,000 feet at 120mph!
The MS Trust was saddened to hear of the death of Debbie Purdy.
Debbie was a formidable campaigner who worked tirelessly to raise awareness of the impact MS can have on a person's life. Although often linked to the case for assisted suicide, Debbie campaigned on many issues and was always willing to get involved and fight for the rights of others.