I want to raise money for MS Research, how do I get involved?
There are lots of ways you can help raise vitally needed funds for MS Research, check out our fundraising events (link) page, if you want to organise you own event or are in need of help with ideas we will help you however we can. Email
How do I set up a fundraising page for my event?
JustGiving is very easy to use and allow you to set up a personal online donation page where people can sponsor your event.
Can MS Research provide me with any resources for my event?We can provide t-shirts and vests with our logo as well as collection buckets.
Can MS Research promote my event?
MS Research will promote your event on social media and contact local news and radio companies in order to promote your event. Email
Can I use MS Research’s logo for my event?
Yes! There is a link to our logo here.
Can Gift Aid be claimed on the funds I raise?
Yes, Gift Aid can be claimed on any funds that are donated by a UK tax payer. People can often forget to provide the details needed for a charity to claim Gift Aid but it is hugely important - for every £1 raised Gift Aid adds another 25p.
How can I ensure my event is safe and legal?
Check our fundraiser safety guidelines here.
After my event is finished, how can I send the funds raised to MS Research?
Money raised through online platforms such as JustGiving and Virgin Money Giving is automatically transferred to MS Research.
Address cheques to:
The Vassall Centre
If you want to send funds through an online bank transfer send them to
Account: MS Research Treatment and Education
Sort code: 40-52-40
Account number: 00030740
Reference: your name
MS Research is happy to acknowledge any receipt of payment, please let us know.
How will the money I have raised be spent?
Your fundraising money will go towards numerous research projects MS Research funds as well as contributing towards courses we hold at our MS Meeting Point that make a huge difference in people's lives. Click on What We Have Achieved for an overview of how funding has helped people with MS in the last year.
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