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Your Regional/External Relations Officer (R/ERO), the Campaigns Team and our Press Office are here to work with you on local campaigns. Staying in regular contact with them supports our work in many ways.

  1. Contact your Regional/External Relations Officer
  2. Contact the Campaigns Team
  3. Contact the Press Office

Share best practice

Whether your campaign was a runaway success or deeply challenging, sharing your journey will help others learn from your experience - giving their campaigns even more chance of success.

Develop the support we offer locally

Throughout the UK, MS Society groups offer information, services and support within their local MS communities. Many more fundraise to support our local and national projects. Sharing information about your campaigns is another way we can help people feel that they don’t have to face MS alone.

  1. Learn more about MS Society groups

Build a national picture

Even if you're not in a position to get involved in a campaign personally, telling us about any problems people affected by MS are experiencing in your local area helps us identify key issues across the UK. We can then use this information to prioritise our national campaigns.

  1. Find out the latest in our national campaigns blog

Identify and build relationships with key supporters

As well as being a useful local contact for you, your local AM, MP, MSP or MLA could be a key influencer on a national issue that we’re working on - such as an important piece of legislation on benefits or healthcare. Working together means we can get policy makers to make the maximum impact for people with MS.

  1. Read about how to involve local decision makers

  2. Back to fundraising, campaigning and awareness

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