Are you energetic, enthusiastic and want to be part of a great cheering squad? Well, look no further!
The PIP (Personal Independence Payment) 20 metre rule is failing people with MS. And people are losing their independence as a result.
On Friday 20 July the library service based at MS National Centre in London will close.
Keswick based MS Superstar fundraiser, Yvonne Booth, started to organise fundraising hiking events when her husband Duncan was diagnosed with MS in 2010.
Recently a group of staff and volunteers got together to think about how we communicate with our volunteers and how digital technology could be used to improve communication.
Hosted by BBC Radio 1 DJ and MS Society Ambassador Scott Mills, the MS Society Awards is always a very special event.
From raising awareness, cheering at marathons, and bucket collecting to providing support, friendship and exercise classes – our volunteers do so much to ensure no one has to face MS alone.
Our volunteers are involved in all areas of our work and have loads of great ideas, from fundraising to recruiting new volunteers to reaching more people affected by MS.
Coordinating Team online training will connect you with others throughout our local networks to share ideas on recruiting and keeping volunteers.
We have made a correction to Group Handbook A6: Handling data - ensure you replace any copies with the updated version.