Tomorrow, we publicly launch our biggest ever campaign - the Stop MS Appeal.
The Appeal is aiming to raise £100 million to find treatments for everyone with MS. We’re in the best place we’ve ever been to find life-changing treatments for everyone with MS. And by 2025, we want to be in the final stages of testing treatments for everyone with MS.
As an MS Society volunteer we wanted you to be the first to know how you can get involved in #TeamStopMS.
What’s coming up this week?
Our Appeal TV advert and wider campaign will be visible across the media, and we need your help to spread the word!
Tomorrow we’ll be launching a special partnership with the Telegraph, in print and online.
We’ve worked with Caroline Wyatt, a BBC journalist who lives with MS, to prepare a piece for the BBC News at 10 – and we’re hoping this will air tomorrow night.
And on Thursday, our very special TV advert will be shown during the ad break of The Dog House at 8pm on Channel 4. Don’t miss it!
How can you get involved?
- Could you paint your social media #Stop MS?
- Share news of the Stop MS Appeal with your group?
- Bake, walk, ride, zip-slide for MS – or fundraise your own way?
You’ll find lots of ways to get involved here on our volunteer website. From fundraising inspiration to help planning an event, and everything you need to talk about Stop MS on social media and in your newsletters. There’s also more information about the research we want to fund.
Stay tuned tomorrow…
We wanted to share this with you now, but please do check out the MS Society website and social media from first thing tomorrow morning.
We’ll be launching our very special TV advert… and we’d love you to share it with everyone you know. Because together, we can stop MS.