Updated February 2022
We know talking about MS can be hard, so we asked over 800 people living with MS what they believed were the barriers to speaking out.
Over the past year, many of us will have been invited to social events online. Festivities have been arranged, but food and drink has had to be ‘Bring Your Own’.
Due to increased demand, current supporter group Mary’s Snowflake Creations are looking for volunteer knitters and crocheters to join
It’s estimated that there are around 130,000 people in the UK living with MS, plus a further million people with a close connection to MS.
Last year we told you about the new online and offline experience we were developing for our MS community in relation to our membership changes.
As you’ll most likely know, Volunteers’ Week is a national celebration of everything that's great about volunteering.
With MS Awareness Week coming up on 19 – 25 April, it’s been incredible to hear from our community about their experiences of talking about their condition with others.
This summer, we’re launching a new service we’ve developed that will provide tailored and targeted information and support to people with MS.
To ensure we recruit volunteers fairly, and apply the appropriate screening checks, we’re making some changes to our DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) checking requirements.