We’re beginning to make changes to our systems ahead of next year, when we’ll be transforming our IT systems and processes to make them simpler for volunteers and staff to use.
In recent years there’s been huge progress in our knowledge and treatment of MS. But despite these advances there’s still much we do not understand. What causes MS? Who’s at risk?
This week we launched our Christmas appeal which is aiming to raise £210,000 towards MS Research.
In just three weeks we’ll be coming together to celebrate some of the incredible achievements of our volunteers at our Volunteer Impact Awards on Thursday 30 November at 7pm.
It’s amazing how quickly the Year-End financial process seems to roll around! One minute we’re going into autumn, and the next we’re thinking about festive celebrations.
Are you passionate about creating positive change for the MS community in your area? Or is there a local issue you’d like to change?
It's important to us that you have the tools and support you need to serve your MS communities, and that volunteering with us is an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
Keeping adults with care and support needs, and children, protected from harm is a priority for us all.
In September’s Volunteer Newsletter, we were excited to announce that this year marks 70 years of the MS Society.