With autumn firmly upon us (don’t forget to put your clocks back tomorrow night…), we would normally be preparing to bring group volunteers together for our November Forums.
As we’ve previously communicated, this year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be hosted virtually on 5 December.
As we continue to navigate our way through this ever-changing environment, our absolute focus throughout these changes is that we continue to be here for people living with and affected by MS for y
Back in June, we were delighted to announce that our Isle of Wight Group had received the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service, which is the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.
The Government in England has collaborated with charities to develop the ‘Please give me space’ symbol.
With so much change going on, our October session focussed on our new membership offer, the reopening of face-to-face group services, and the staff restructure.
Unfortunately, the level of income loss we’re seeing as a result of this crisis does get a little in the way of us offering services and fundraising in the way we used to.
As explained in recent emails, we’re running a trial with a small number of our local groups to test the new paperwork and procedures which need to be in place for certain face-to-face activities t
As you know, we’re having to make changes further than those we already had planned as part of our transformation programme, in response to the significant impact COVID-19 has had on our finances,
Our new research shows that, too often, people with MS can’t get the support they need to stay active and independent – and this has only got worse during lockdown.