Buy for Christmas and get charity donations for us!
Buy toys, tinsel or treats whenever you shop over the festive season – entertainment for the kids, trips and days out, toys, tinsel or turkey – remember to shop online via Easyfundraising
There are over 3,000 retailers registered with easyfundraising.org.uk, including Amazon, M&S, Curry’s and Clark’s who will all give you a cash reward that you can turn into a donation for MS Research, at no extra cost to you.
You’ll find everything you need for the winter holidays and to get ready for ‘Festive season’ at Easyfundraising!
Just visit Easyfundraising, follow the simple steps to sign up and start raising!
MS Research Treatment and Education is a charity dedicated to furthering our understanding of MS and developing better treatments through research and education, with your help we aim to: Listen to people with MS and those who share their lives. Learn more about the problems they face everyday. Act to address and alleviate those problems.
These principles have driven our approach to MS for many years and encouraged us to try and get to the heart of key problems experienced by those who have MS. Through
research into key areas of difficulty, and the “translation” of the successful outcome of research into therapies available to the MS community through education and training we aim to show how funds so generously donated by you have resulted in new therapies and treatments. While we can allow ourselves a little pat on the back for progress so far we can never forget that much more needs to be done.
Do you have MS?
Do you live in the Bristol area? Do you have MS related fatigue?
If you would like to know more please call 0117 958 6986 or contact email@example.com
In collaboration with the University of Bristol and The CRIC
(Centre for Research and Imaging Centre) MS Research is supporting a preliminary study to try and help us understand more about fatigue and MS. If you would like to know more please call 0117 958 6986 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Scrap donations are based on the weight of the metal…Giveacar takes cars, vans, lorries, ride-on lawnmowers or farm machinery as well. The vehicle you’ll give will help find better answers for people living with Multiple Sclerosis..
Spring is in the air…It is time for the Wolf Run again! Chris Russell likes his family; he and his three brothers will take the Wolf Run 10K challenge at the end of April. They will do this in memory of their aunt Maureen who passed away last year after 30 years of battling bravely with Multiple Sclerosis.
Jumping in the mud is nothing near enough to describe the 10K challenge. This will happen sometime soon enough. Chris is hinting that the brothers are not all in their prime. They think that a fit tribute to their aunt Maureen is raising money for the MS Research charity, who are working hard to find better treatments for MS sufferers.
Please sponsor Chris and his brothers on JustGiving Chris Russell will do the Wolf Run[/caption], that will push them towards the finishing line!
Chris helpfully give a link to a past year Wolf Run to help you understand.
While other 16 year olds are breathing a sigh of relief at the end of their GCSE’s and looking forward to a carefree summer the extraordinary Lara Alexander has chosen to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and raise funds for MS Research Training and Education at the same time. Lara will be taking on the 10 day trek in Africa along with her father James. The 5,895 metre
ascent is both physically and mentally challenging so they are both looking for to the breath-taking views and sense of achievement upon reaching the summit.
Lara’s motivation for choosing MS Research is personal; twelve years ago Lara’s uncle was diagnosed with MS and having witnessed how MS has affected him and his family Lara feels strongly that help and support is a vital step
towards finding a cure for and raising awareness of Multiple Sclerosis.
MS Research Training and Education wish Lara and James the best of luck for
their trek and would like to thank them so very much for their support, we
think they are amazing!