Join in with Festive Wear Day for MS
Sarah and Phil have set up their own festive wear day on 14 December for anyone who is at home during the day.
The Penman family kick MS
Melissa tells us about her family's involvement with Tae Kwon-Do and why they are holding a sponsored kick to support the MS Trust.
Terror Tour for Halloween
Melissa tells us why she and her husband travelled 118 miles around Kent in a Nissan Cube, dressed in Halloween costumes.
Remembering my mum
Artist Becca Thomas, whose mother Rosemary recently passed away, is selling artworks in memory of her mum to help people with MS.
Bella & Charlie's Reindeer Rally
Bella and Charlie will be dressing as reindeer and taking part in a sponsored walk in honour of their dad Mike who has MS.
Can you help us improve our information services for people with MS?
Have you used the MS Trust information service since 1 September 2016? If you're living with MS or are the relative or close friend of someone who is, you could help us improve our information service for people with MS by taking part in a research study being conducted by an independent research agency.
Christmas comes early with Cards for Good Causes
What do early October, a church in London and Christmas cards have in common? They mark a very important event, as Claire from our fundraising team explains.
15 minutes with MS Trust supporter Tim Sorrell
Tim Sorrell is a Planning Manager living in Nottingham. Since being diagnosed with MS he has twice run the London Marathon, with his wife Caitlin, in support of the MS Trust. He tells us why he runs and why he believes it’s important to support our work
Eurostars! London to Paris cycle for MS Trust
Eight friends from London took part in a 300 mile cycle to Paris in May and have raised more than £16,000 in honour of their friend who has MS.
Why I abseiled 400ft for MS Trust
Daisy Doncaster, MS Forward View project coordinator, tells us about her abseil down the tallest permanent abseil tower in the world.