Donate

There are a few ways you can support us.

You can provide a one-off donation or set up a monthly gift here.

 

 

Can I donate by cheque?

Yes please. If you’d prefer to donate via cheque then please follow these simple steps:

 

1. Find your cheque book
2. Write out the amount with ‘Shift.ms’ as the payee
3. Find an envelope and stamp (or have a trip to your local post office…) and send your cheque to Shift.ms, Platform, New Station St, Leeds, LS1 4JB, United Kingdom.

 

If you happen to be a UK taxpayer, you can help us even more by downloading and filling in a Gift Aid Form. It’s ace, as it means we’re able to get an extra 25% of your donation from the UK government, and it won’t cost you a penny more.

 

The company I work for are amazing, and they want to help Shift.ms out too.

Ah, Payroll Giving. It’s a win-win situation. An as employee you can donate to us directly from your pay (before all that lovely tax is taken off of course).

 

Your employer will need to work with a recognised Payroll Giving Agency such as Charities Trust or CAF. If they are, it’s easy peasy. Just download our Payroll Giving Form and present it to your HR Advisor.

 

Sounds great, but where is my money actually going?

When you donate to Shift.ms, you’re investing in a charity whose purpose is to support and empower people affected by MS and improve the quality of life for those who live with the disease. We make every pound count at Shift.ms.

 

For every £1 we spend

 

 

Nice pie chart. What does this actually mean for me?

Every £5 you donate provide advice, support and social connection for one newly diagnosed MSer.

 

Will my money have an impact on the Shift.ms community?

Absolutely. But we’ll let our members tell you that.

“The sense of community that Shift.ms affords people of all ages, walks of life and from all around the world has made this big disease seem like a smaller part of my life.”

“I had nobody to discuss my MS symptoms with until I found Shift.ms. It offered much more than support, it also educated me as I wasn’t long diagnosed when I joined it.”

“I just wanted to say how much I love this site, I’ve learnt so much since my diagnosis. Thank u and keep sharing this site to others as I do. I have met some amazing people on this site who have helped me immensely with any queries.”


 

 

I was thinking about supporting in a slightly different way.

No problem, there are tons of ways you can help us out.

 

Got some spare time?
Want to do something challenging and ask your friends and fam to sponsor you?