We’re really looking forward to sharing our ambitious plans for Community Networks over the next five years with you.
Our 2022 Annual Lecture will take place on Wednesday 8 June at 7.15pm at the Royal College of Physicians in London.
It’s a legal requirement for all charities to have consent to contact their supporters about their activities by email, and we invite supporters to renew this consent every three years.
We’re delighted that more and more groups now feel able to resume the social gatherings which are such a lifeline to our service users.
Every day, people fall prey to malicious emails and hacking scams. Data theft and online crime in the UK has increased by 47% since the beginning of the pandemic.
We all have a role to play to keep people in our MS community safe. Data protection is all about keeping personal data safe and so protecting the rights and privacy of individuals.
We know that every day, across the UK, our volunteers are doing all they can to improve the lives of those affected by MS. We simply couldn’t do what we do without you.
We want to ensure we’re keeping you better informed of changes to our printed resources so we now have a list of the latest versions on
Historically, most research into how genes influence the risk of MS has focussed on people of European ancestry. This has been tremendously successful.
It might be a short month but there’s still time to fit in a big challenge this February! We’re calling on our MS Superstars to get involved with Challenge 28.