We are always looking for new donors and new funding partners, so if you want to be part of the global movement to beat MS you can donate here. For larger donations or to discuss longer term partnerships please contact Luke Thomas by email.
If you want to take part in a fundraising event or organise your own event please visit Against MS, where you can create your own personalised fundraising page and get support in your fundraising. If you are a dedicated cyclist you could register for Cykelnerven, Europe’s toughest charity cycling event that takes on the toughest peaks of the Tour de France just two weeks before the professionals. You an also register for next year’s The May 50K and beat your own limits.For help with any events please contact Shona Swan by email or by calling +44 (0)20 7620 1911.
We like to be open about our income, so we aim to update this page quarterly over the year with donations from any companies, trusts/foundations, and any donations over £25,000 from individuals. Full details of all of our 2022 income will be published here when audited figures are available in mid-2023.
Corporate support includes income from any company, and includes support from trusts/foundations established by companies for tax-efficiency purposes. It does not include money from personal or family foundations established by company owners.
- Bristol Myers Squibb £76,549
- Coloplast £5,000
- Merck £110,000
- Roche £110,000
- Novartis £100,000
- Sanofi Genzyme £110,000
- Viatris £5,000
Total corporate support to date in 2022: £516,549
Trust, foundation and NGO support
Trust and foundations are legally registered entities that exist to manage and grant money for a particular purpose. We include all trusts and foundations in this category except those established by companies for tax-efficiency purposes.
Vanneau Trust £220,000 (TBC)
Individual support includes a range of different kinds of donors from people making small one-off donations on our website or bank transfer, people fundraising for us as individuals or as teams, board giving, and major donors making larger gifts.