After such a difficult year, people living with MS have never needed our support more.
In our email to you on 26 February we told you about our exciting plans for MS Awareness Week 2021.
End of life charity Marie Curie estimate that more than three million people have been bereaved since the pandemic began.
We know that, with the gradual easing of lockdown, a number of groups are keen to restart their face-to-face services, and are awaiting guidance on how to do this.
Some of our groups have recently been asking for help to assess grant applications.
In our last Community Networks email on 12 February, we informed you of work taking place to resolve some issues on our website.
MS is often misunderstood, but by shining a spotlight on the experiences of people living with MS we can help to change that.
Following the departure of Emma Whitcombe in December 2020, we’re delighted to welcome our new Executive Director of Engagement and Income Generation.
As the vaccine programme continues to roll out, teams across our organisation have been working incredibly hard to respond to our community’s need for information.
In March it will have been four years since the Government promised to reform social care, and yet we’re still waiting for change.