Do your own thing

Every year, our supporters do weird and wonderful things to raise money for us. We think you’re all brilliant and we’ll support you all the way, whatever you choose to do.



Edward Peppitt is our fundraising ambassador, he cycled 3,500 miles around the coast of England visiting every single lighthouse on the way to raise an incredible £12,070.



Devrim Celal completed the Ultra Marathon in Jordan raising over £2,100 to say thank you for the support offered his cousin Ozi when he was diagnosed with MS.


Anne Brown bravely cut off her long hair to raise £250 for

Since her diagnosis Kit Keyser knew first hand what an unpredictable, terrifying place MS can be, she found her MS Energy and raised £4500 completing the Blenheim Triathlon.


Chas Dawson raised £1260 doing gardening for his friends and family, instead of accepting payment he asks for a donations to


Challenge events

Are you interested in a doing a challenge event for us? If there is a challenge event you would love to do that is not on the list below, let us know. We would love to hear from you, even more so if your chosen event is outside of the UK.

All our challenge events have a minimum fundraising target so think about what target you would like to set yourself and let us know what help you need to smash your target. And remember, the more funds you raise, the greater the support we can offer to people newly diagnosed with MS.


Upcoming events:


Great North Run, Newcastle, UK

Sunday 9th September 2018 – find out more and sign up on our Great North Run page.


RideLondon 100, London, UK

Sunday 29th July 2018 – find out more and sign up on our RideLondon 100 page.


Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

To be confirmed for 2018


Help with fundraising

Thank you for making the decision to fundraise for Here are a few guides and resources you might need to help you smash your target and help you to have a lot of fun in the process.


Paying in money

If you are collecting cash, you will need to complete this form and send us a cheque in the post to this address.


Setting up JustGiving

Raising money online with Justgiving couldn’t be simpler, it is a brilliant way for your friends and family to sponsor you in a matter of minutes. Using a JustGiving page will automatically allow us to reclaim at least 25% in Gift Aid on your donation at no additional cost to you. Check out our  Get Started on Justgiving guide for step by step help.


Remember to make your page as interesting as possible by adding photos and videos and letting everyone know why you’re raising money for Send us an email [email protected] with a link to your Justgiving page so we can share your on Facebook and Twitter.


Sponsorship Form

You can collect money from friends and family using this downloadable sponsorship form. Once you have raised funds, you can send it to us either by post or email [email protected] and we will send you our bank details.


Fundraising top tips

Download this helpful fundraising top tips guide to help you smash your fundraising target.


Contact us

If you need to chat about anything to do with planning or promoting your event please fill in this form.


Why fundraise for

MS is typically diagnosed when people are in their 20s and 30s, a time of major life decisions about relationships, family and career. The uncertainty that comes with a diagnosis of MS is isolating and overwhelming.

Your MS fundraising efforts provide services to ensure no MSer feels alone.

Don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what some of our members think of the site:

“ offers so much information which helped when talking to health professionals, and gave me a better understanding. I use the site when I need info or when I just need cheering up.”

“I live in Australia I appreciate that I can interact with other MS sufferers and find out how I can improve my condition.”

“When I joined shift I was really depressed and isolated and talking to other people who were going through the same things as me helped me a lot. I would recommend the site to anyone who has MS.”


The website is designed and built by MSers, for MSers.


Looking for more?

If you’re looking for other ways to support you can also volunteer or donate. It all helps.