25 years ago, the MS Trust was founded on Christmas card sales and they still play a crucial role today in enabling us to support everyone affected by MS.Read more
We’d like to hear from people with all different experiences of childhood MS.Read more
Helen French tells us why she loves to support the MS Trust's Secret Art Show.Read more
Sometimes, as a person with MS, it can feel as though your voice isn’t being heard. This is why I was so keen to become a lay member of the MS Trust’s MS Forward View project advisory group. Any opportunity to share my opinions about and experiences of MS services, I grab, because so much of the time my opinion doesn’t seem to matter.Read more
As we reveal a major redevelopment of our website, MS Trust's Director of Information and Engagement Linden Muirhead explains why we believe it will help us help even more people living with MS, and why we want your feedback.Read more
This autumn the MS Trust is launching a new, fully updated version of MS Decisions.
MS Decisions is the independent, interactive resource that helps you learn about MS disease modifying drugs, weigh up your treatment options, get more from your discussions with your MS team and make the choice that works for you.Read more
There are just six weeks left to enter and make your nominations for the first ever QuDos in MS awards – the awards that highlight innovation and excellence in MS services.Read more
We’re only one day into MS Awareness Week and already we can record it’s been a great success. Last week we set ourselves a target of reaching 1,000 sign ups to our Heart of MS Care campaign by the end of this week. As of this morning we can report that over 1,100 of you have joined us - so you’ve helped us beat our target, with four days to spare!Read more
Since it was launched in 2004, many people have used MS Decisions to help them choose between the self-injected drugs for relapsing remitting MS. We’re just starting on a project to redevelop the website to include the wider range of drugs now available.Read more
Making Sense of MS was only possible thanks to people living with MS. You filled in surveys, took part in focus groups and interviews, responded to blogs, reviewed the work in progress and raised the funds that have made the whole thing possible. You even helped us come up with a name for the whole thing!Read more
Bowel problems are common in MS but they can be difficult to talk about, so people don’t always share positive experiences.
We’d really like your help – if you’ve found ways of managing bowel problems that have really worked for you, we’d like to share them more widely in a publication we are working on.Read more